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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Does the Interaction Between Cortisol and Testosterone Predict Men’s Facial Attractiveness?2017
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Action adaptation during natural unfolding social scenes influences action recognition and inferences made about actor beliefs2016
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
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Ambulatory Blood Pressure Variability Increases Over a 10-Year Follow-Up in Community-Dwelling Older People.2016
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Are Men's Perceptions of Sexually Dimorphic Vocal Characteristics Related to Their Testosterone Levels?2016
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Emotional Actions Are Coded via Two Mechanisms: With and without Identity Representation2016
Dr Louise Delicato
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Evidence for a Face Inversion Effect in People with Parkinson's2016
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Dr Louise Delicato
Face-shape facilitates detection of fearful facial expressions2015
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Facial coloration tracks changes in women's estradiol2015
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Mate choice, mate preference, and biological markets: The relationship between partner choice and health preference is modulated by women's own attractiveness.2015
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Visual adaptation distorts judgments of human behaviour during naturalistic viewing2015
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
A database of whole-body action videos for the study of action, emotion, and untrustworthiness.2014
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
The relative contributions of facial shape and surface information to perceptions of attractiveness and dominance2014
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Adaptation to facial trustworthiness is different in female and male observers.2013
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Adaptation aftereffects when seeing full-body actions: Do findings from traditional 2D presentation apply to 'real-world' stereoscopic presentation2012