Victor Shiramizu (ERC Postdoc) How do humans recognise kin?

I received my Ph.D from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN/Brazil) and my dissertation focused on individual differences in stress response through a life history perspective. I was a postdoc fellow at the Brain Institute (UFRN) and my project investigated the neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying decision-making during social dilemmas. I joined the Face Research Lab in April 2019 to work on the ERC-funded project "How Do Humans Recognise Kin?".


Scientific Journal Articles


  1. Shiramizu VKM, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (preprint). Sexual orientation predicts menís preferences for sexually dimorphic face-shape characteristics. PsyArXiv . doi: 10.31234/ [data] [abstract»»]
  2. Shiramizu VKM, Holzleitner IJ, Fasolt V, O'Shea KJ & DeBruine LM (preprint). Trust among siblings is intuitive. PsyArXiv . [data] [abstract»»]
  3. In Press

  4. Holzleitner IJ, Shiramizu VKM, O'Shea KJ, Fasolt V, Jones BC & DeBruine LM (in press). Do 3D face images capture cues of strength, weight, and height better than 2D face images do? Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology . [prereg] [preprint] [data]
  5. 2020

  6. Cassar R, Shiramizu VKM, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2020). No evidence that partnered and unpartnered gay men differ in their preferences for male facial masculinity. PLoS One . doi: [data] [abstract»»]
  7. 2019

  8. Shiramizu VKM, Kozma L, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2019). Are dark triad cues really visible in faces? Personality and Individual Differences, 139: 214-216. doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2018.11.011 [preprint] [materials] [data] [abstract»»]

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