Joanna Wincenciak, BSc

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Hull, Hull, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Vision, adaptation
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Leung HTT, Wincenciak J. (2019) Discrepancy Between First Impression And Social Description, And Its Effect On People’S Attitude Humanities and Social Sciences. 7: 11-18
Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Han C, et al. (2017) Does the Interaction Between Cortisol and Testosterone Predict Men's Facial Attractiveness? Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology. 3: 275-281
Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Wincenciak J, et al. (2016) Are Men's Perceptions of Sexually Dimorphic Vocal Characteristics Related to Their Testosterone Levels? Plos One. 11: e0166855
Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Fisher CI, et al. (2016) Are physiological and behavioral immune responses negatively correlated? Evidence from hormone-linked differences in men's face preferences. Hormones and Behavior
Keefe BD, Wincenciak J, Jellema T, et al. (2016) Action adaptation during natural unfolding social scenes influences action recognition and inferences made about actor beliefs. Journal of Vision. 16: 9
Wincenciak J, Ingham J, Jellema T, et al. (2016) Emotional Actions Are Coded via Two Mechanisms: With and without Identity Representation. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 693
McDonald C, Pearce MS, Wincenciak J, et al. (2015) Ambulatory Blood Pressure Variability Increases Over a 10-Year Follow-Up in Community-Dwelling Older People. American Journal of Hypertension
Jones BC, Hahn AC, Fisher CI, et al. (2015) Facial coloration tracks changes in women's estradiol. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 56: 29-34
Wincenciak J, Fincher CL, Fisher CI, et al. (2015) Mate choice, mate preference, and biological markets: The relationship between partner choice and health preference is modulated by women's own attractiveness Evolution and Human Behavior. 36: 274-278
Torrance JS, Wincenciak J, Hahn AC, et al. (2014) The relative contributions of facial shape and surface information to perceptions of attractiveness and dominance. Plos One. 9: e104415
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