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Societies that support research in evolutionary psychology and related disciplines.
Journals that publish research on attraction / evolutionary psychology.
People who study attraction, mostly from an evolutionary perspective.
Lynda Boothroyd » website
Faces, attraction and parenting, body size preferences, health preferences.
Lisa DeBruine / Ben Jones » facelab.org
Faces, health, after effects, mate choice copying, attraction.
Barnaby Dixson » webpage
Facial hair, body shape.
Kristina Durante » personal webpage
Consumer behaviour, female instrasexual competition and the menstrual cycle.
David Feinberg » voiceresearch.org
Voice and attractiveness / dominance.
Steve Gangestad » webpage
Human mate choice, evolution of mind.
Martie Haselton » webpage
Biases in judgement, intersexual conflict, hormones, human mate choice.
Toko Kiyonari » webpage
Human cooperation, cheater detection, ingroup bias.
Carmen Lefevre » webpage
Faces, skin colour and health/attractiveness perceptions.
Tony Little » alittlelab.com
Faces, attractiveness and individual differences.
Fhionna Moore » webpage
Reproductive decision making, female status.
Dave Perrett » Perception Lab
David Puts » putslab.psu.edu
Vocal attractiveness, dominance, hormones and the brain.
Craig Roberts » webpage
Olfaction, genetic heterozygosity, attraction, hormonal contraception
Tamsin Saxton » webpage
Developmental psychology and attraction, odor, faces.
Todd Shackelford » toddkshackelford.com
Sexual conflict, jealousy, infidelity, sperm competition.
Ian Stephen » webpage
Faces, skin colour, health, cross-cultural research.
Randy Thornhill » webpage
Sexual selection, symmetry, female sexuality.
Lisa Welling » Welling Research Lab
Faces, hormones and mate-choice, mate-retention, partner resemblance.