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  • Face recognition and description abilities in people with mild intellectual disabilities 

    Gawrylowicz, Julie; Gabbert, Fiona; Carson, Derek; Lindsay, William R.; Hancock, Peter J. B. (John Wiley & Sons, 2013-09)
    People with intellectual disabilities (ID) are as likely as the general population to find themselves in the situation of having to identify and/or describe a perpetrator's face to the police. However, limited verbal and ...
  • Facial masculinity is a cue to women’s dominance 

    Quist, Michelle C.; Watkins, Christopher D.; Smith, Finlay G.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Jones, Benedict C. (Elsevier, 2011-05)
    Although there is compelling evidence for associations between facial masculinity and indices of dominance in men, comparatively few studies have tested for corresponding associations in women. Here we found that (1) ratings ...
  • A forensically valid comparison of facial composite systems 

    Frowd, Charlie D.; Carson, Derek; Ness, Hayley; Richardson, Jan; Morrison, Lisa; Mclanaghan, Sarah; Hancock, Peter (Routledge, 2005-03)
    An evaluation of E-FIT, PROfit, Sketch, Photofit and EvoFIT composite construction techniques was carried out in a “forensically friendly format”: composites of unfamiliar targets were constructed from memory following a ...
  • Opposite-sex siblings decrease attraction, but not prosocial attributions, to self-resembling opposite-sex faces 

    DeBruine, Lisa M.; Jones, Benedict C.; Watkins, Christopher D.; Roberts, S. Craig; Little, Anthony C.; Smith, Finlay G.; Quist, Michelle C. (National Academy of Sciences, 2011-07-12)
    Contextual cues of genetic relatedness to familiar individuals, such as cosocialization and maternal–perinatal association, modulate prosocial and inbreeding-avoidance behaviors toward specific potential siblings. These ...
  • Priming concerns about pathogen threat versus resource scarcity: dissociable effects on women’s perceptions of men’s attractiveness and dominance 

    Watkins, Christopher D.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Little, Anthony C.; Feinberg, David R.; Jones, Benedict C. (Springer Verlag, 2012-12)
    Previous experimental work suggests flexibility in women’s mate preferences that appears to reflect the advantages of choosing healthy mates under conditions of pathogen threat and of choosing prosocial mates under conditions ...
  • Reported sexual desire predicts men’s preferences for sexually dimorphic cues in women’s faces 

    Jones, Benedict C.; Little, Anthony C.; Watkins, Christopher D.; Welling, Lisa L.; DeBruine, Lisa M. (Springer, 2011-12)
    Recent studies investigating the relationship between sexual desire and sexual attraction have found that heterosexual women’s reported sexual desire is positively correlated with their reported attraction to both own- and ...
  • Social support influences preferences for feminine facial cues in potential social partners 

    Watkins, Christopher D.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Little, Anthony C.; Jones, Benedict C. (Hogrefe Publishing, 2010)
    Most previous studies of individual differences in women’s and men’s preferences for sexually dimorphic physical characteristics have focused on the importance of mating-related factors for judgments of opposite-sex ...
  • Sociosexuality predicts women’s preferences for symmetry in men’s faces 

    Quist, Michelle C.; Watkins, Christopher D.; Smith, Finlay G.; Little, Anthony C.; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Jones, Benedict C. (Springer, 2012-12)
    Although men displaying cues of good physical condition possess traits that are desirable in a mate (e.g., good health), these men are also more likely to possess antisocial characteristics that are undesirable in a long-term ...