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2012Cross-cultural effects of color, but not morphological masculinity, on perceived attractiveness of men's facesStephen, ID; Scott, IML; Coetzee, V; Pound, N; Perrett, DI, et al
2010Does masculinity matter? The contribution of masculine face shape to male attractiveness in humansScott, IML; Pound, N; Stephen, ID; Clark, AP; Penton-Voak, IS
2012Do men’s faces really signal heritable immunocompetence?Scott, IML; Clark, AP; Boothroyd, LG; Penton-Voak, IS
2014Facial fluctuating asymmetry is not associated with childhood ill-health in a large British cohort studyPound, N; Lawson, DW; Toma, AM; Richmond, S; Zhurov, AI, et al
2007Facial symmetry is positively associated with self-reported extraversionPound, N; Penton-Voak, IS; Brown, WM
2014Facial width-to-height ratio predicts self-reported dominance and aggression in males and females, but a measure of masculinity does notLefevre, CE; Etchells, PJ; Howell, EC; Clark, AP; Penton-Voak, IS
2014Human preferences for sexually dimorphic faces may be evolutionarily novelScott, IM; Clark, AP; Josephson, SC; Boyette, AH; Cuthill, IC, et al
2011National income inequality predicts women's preferences for masculinized faces better than health doesBrooks, R; Scott, IM; Maklakov, AA; Kasumovic, MM; Clark, AP, et al
2009Testosterone responses to competition in men are related to facial masculinityPound, N; Penton-Voak, IS; Surridge, AK
2017Why rate when you could compare? Using the “EloChoice” package to assess pairwise comparisons of perceived physical strengthClark, AP; Howard, KL; Woods, AT; Penton-Voak, IS; Neumann, C