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He sees, she smells? Male and female reports of sensory reliance in mate choice and non-mate choice contexts
Men and women differ in the importance that they ascribe to the characters of a potential mate. Previous work has shown that women rate olfactory cues as more important than men in mate choice. WeExpand
Shape Differences Between the Faces of Homosexual and Heterosexual Men
Differences in facial morphology of homosexual and heterosexual men do not simply mirror variation in femininity, and the stereotypic association of feminine looking men as homosexual may confound judgments of sexual orientation. Expand
Olfactory Perception is Positively Linked to Anxiety in Young Adults
The results indicate that variability in anxiety could partly explain the high inter-individual variation in olfactory perception. Expand
Perceived Sexual Orientation Based on Vocal and Facial Stimuli Is Linked to Self-Rated Sexual Orientation in Czech Men
This study investigated the presumed mechanisms of sexual orientation attribution using a standardized set of facial and vocal stimuli of Czech men, and showed that by evaluating vocal stimuli both women and homosexual men can judge sexual orientation of the target men in agreement with their self-reported sexual orientation. Expand
Underrepresentation of women in the senior levels of Brazilian science
This work investigates the gender distribution of the productivity scholarship (PS) holders of the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development, and finds that female scientists were more often represented among PS holders at the lower levels of the research ranking system, whereas male scientists obtained significantly more funding at the higher levels. Expand
COVID-19 Pandemic on Fire: Evolved Propensities for Nocturnal Activities as a Liability Against Epidemiological Control
The eveningness epidemiological liability hypothesis presented here suggests that during the COVID-19 pandemic, the evening-oriented psychobehavioral profile can have collectively harmful consequences: there is a clash of core tendencies between the nocturnal chronotype and the recent viral transmission-mitigating safety guidelines and rules. Expand
The Psychological Science Accelerator: Advancing Psychology Through a Distributed Collaborative Network
The Psychological Science Accelerator is a distributed network of laboratories designed to enable and support crowdsourced research projects that will advance understanding of mental processes and behaviors by enabling rigorous research and systematic examination of its generalizability. Expand
Judgments of Sexual Orientation and Masculinity–Femininity Based on Thin Slices of Behavior: A Cross-Cultural Comparison
Results suggest that there are both cross-cultural similarities and differences in gaydar and in cues related to sexual orientation, and the relationship was stronger when targets were judged by raters from their own country. Expand
Preferences for Facial and Vocal Masculinity in Homosexual Men: The Role of Relationship Status, Sexual Restrictiveness, and Self-Perceived Masculinity
It is demonstrated that conditional mate preferences are not restricted to heterosexual interactions, and homosexual men prefer a mixture of masculine and feminine traits in their potential male partners. Expand
Promiscuity is related to masculine and feminine body traits in both men and women: Evidence from Brazilian and Czech samples
A mosaic combination of sex-typical but also sex-atypical independent body traits can lead to higher promiscuity, particularly in men, as tested in 185 young adults. Expand