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  • Taller men are less sensitive to cues of dominance in other men 

    Watkins, Christopher D.; Fraccaro, Paul J.; Smith, Finlay G.; Vukovic, Jovana; Feinberg, David R.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Jones, Benedict C. (Oxford University Press, 2010)
    Male dominance rank, physical strength, indices of reproductive success, and indices of reproductive potential are correlated with masculine characteristics in many animal species, including humans. Accordingly, men generally ...
  • The voice and face of woman: one ornament that signals quality? 

    Feinberg, David R.; Jones, Benedict C.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Moore, Fhionna R.; Law Smith, Miriam J.; Cornwell, R. Elisabeth; Tiddeman, Bernard P.; Boothroyd, Lynda G.; Perrett, David I. (Elsevier, 2005-09)
    The attractiveness of women's faces, voices, bodies, and odors appear to be interrelated, suggesting that they reflect a common trait such as femininity. We invoked novel approaches to test the interrelationships between ...
  • Women's physical and psychological condition independently predict their preference for apparent health in faces 

    Jones, Benedict Christopher; Little, Anthony C.; Boothroyd, Lynda; Feinberg, David R.; Cornwell, R. Elisabeth; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Roberts, S. Craig; Penton-Voak, Ian S.; Law Smith, Miriam J.; Moore, Fhionna R.; Davis, Hasker P.; Perrett, David I. (Elsevier, 2005-11)
    Physical condition (e.g., health, fertility) influences female mate preferences in many species, with females in good condition preferring "higher quality" (e.g., healthier) mates. In humans, condition may comprise both ...
  • Women's preferences for masculinity in male faces are highest during reproductive age range and lower around puberty and post-menopause 

    Little, Anthony C.; Saxton, Tamsin K.; Roberts, S. Craig; Jones, Benedict C.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Vukovic, Jovana; Perrett, David I.; Feinberg, David R.; Chenore, Todd (Elsevier, 2010-07)
    Masculinity in male faces is thought to be a sign of mate quality and is associated with measures of long-term health. Previous studies have demonstrated that women's masculinity preferences change across the menstrual ...