Joanna Wincenciak (ESRC Postdoc) Mate preference versus choice

My research interests lie in social perception and understanding how we perceive and interpret behaviour of other people in a naturalistic environment. More specifically, I am interested in how our judgments of actions, emotional states and intentions of other individuals in a real world are influenced by our prior visual experience. See joannawincenciak.co.uk for recent info.

After a 1-year postdoc in the Face Research Lab, I moved to Newcastle in 2015 to take up a position as a Research Associate in the Clinical Ageing Research Unit. In 2017, I started a lecturership at the School of Education at the University of Glasgow.

As a PhD student at the University of Hull I worked in the Social Brain Lab supervised by Tjeerd Jellema (University of Hull) and in the Action Perception Lab supervised by Nick Barraclough (University of York). Prior to this I studied Psychology at the Edinburgh Napier University.

Scientific Journal Articles

    2017

  1. Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Fisher C, Wincenciak J, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2017). Are physiological and behavioral immune responses negatively correlated? Evidence from hormone-linked differences in men's face preferences. Hormones and Behavior, 87: 57-61. doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2016.10.021 [abstract»»]
  2. Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Han C, Wincenciak J, Fisher C, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2017). Does the interaction between cortisol and testosterone predict menís facial attractiveness? Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 1-7. doi: 10.1007/s40750-017-0064-1 [abstract»»]
  3. 2016

  4. Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Wincenciak J, Fisher C, Pisanski K, Feinberg DR, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2016). Are Menís Perceptions of Sexually Dimorphic Vocal Characteristics Related to Their Testosterone Levels? PLoS One, 11(11): . doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0166855 [abstract»»]
  5. 2015

  6. Jones BC, Hahn AC, Fisher C, Wincenciak J, Kandrik M, Roberts SC, Little AC & DeBruine LM (2015). Facial coloration tracks changes in womenís estradiol. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 56: 29-39. doi: 10.1016/j.psyneuen.2015.02.021 [abstract»»]
  7. Wincenciak J, Fincher CL, Fisher C, Hahn AC, Jones BC & DeBruine LM (2015). Mate choice, mate preference, and biological markets: The relationship between partner choice and health preference is modulated by womenís own attractiveness. Evolution and Human Behavior, 36(4): 274-278. doi: 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2014.12.004 [abstract»»]
  8. 2014

  9. Torrance JS, Wincenciak J, Hahn AC, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2014). The relative contributions of facial shape and surface information to perceptions of attractiveness and dominance. PLoS One, 9(10): 104451. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0104415 [abstract»»]

Conference Presentations

    2015

  1. Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Wincenciak J, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2015). Emotional expression modulates the effect of stimulus sex on face reward value. 5th International Society for Human Ethology Summer Institute in Athens. May 2015. [abstract»»]
  2. Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Wincenciak J, Fisher C, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2015). Menís testosterone and cortisol predict their preferences for healthy color cues in faces. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Columbia, Missouri, USA. May 2015. [abstract»»]

Posters

    2015

  1. (2.5 MB) Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Wincenciak J, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2015). Emotional expression modulates the effect of stimulus sex on the reward value of faces. in .. [abstract»»]
  2. (2.5 MB) Kandrik M, Hahn AC, Wincenciak J, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2015). Emotional expression modulates the effect of stimulus sex on the reward value of faces. European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association in Helsinki. March 2015. [abstract»»]
  3. 2014

  4. (174 kB) Torrance JS, Wincenciak J, Hahn AC, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2014). The relative contribution of facial shape and surface information to dominance perceptions. European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association in Bristol, UK. April 2014. [abstract»»]
  5. (199 kB) Wincenciak J, Dzhelyova M, Perrett DI & Barraclough NE (2014). Adaptation to facial trustworthiness is different in male and female observers. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Natal, Brazil. July 2014. [abstract»»]
  6. (287 kB) Wincenciak J, Fincher CL, Fisher C, Hahn AC, Jones BC & DeBruine LM (2014). Own attractiveness moderates the relationship between face preference and mate choice. European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association in Bristol, UK. April 2014. [abstract»»]

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