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In Press

Little AC, Burriss RP, Petrie M, Jones BC, & Roberts SC. Oral contraceptive use in women changes preferences for male facial masculinity and is associated with partner facial masculinity. Psychoneuroendocrinology. PDF

Trebicky V, Havlicek J, Roberts SC, Little AC & Kleisner K. Perceived aggressiveness predicts fighting performance in Mixed Martial Arts fighters. Psychological Science.

Little AC, Jones BC, & DeBruine LM. (2013). Exposure to visual cues to direct male-male competition, violence, and wealth increase women’s preferences for masculinity in male faces. Evolution and Human Behaviour. PDF

 

Little AC, Hockings KJ, Apicella CL, & Sousa C. (2012). Europeans and Africans find mixed-ethnicity face shape most attractive. Perception 41, 1486 – 1496. PDF

Watkins CD, Jones BC, Little AC, DeBruine LM & Feinberg DR. (2012). Cues to the sex ratio of the local population influence women’s preferences for facial symmetry. Animal Behaviour 83, 545-553. PDF

Little AC & Roberts SC. Evolution, appearance, and success at work. Evolutionary Psychology. PDF

Little AC. (2012). Multiple motives in women’s preferences for masculine faced men: Comment on Scott et al. Behavioural Ecology. PDF

Little AC, Paukner A, Woodward RA, & Suomi SJ. (2012). Facial asymmetry is negatively related to health in macaque monkeys. . Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology. PDF

Parr LA, Taubert J, Little AC, & Hancock PJB. (2012). The organization of conspecific face space in nonhuman primates. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. PDF

2013

Little AC, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Dunbar RIM. (2013). Accuracy in discrimination of self-reported cooperators using static facial information. Personality and Individual Differences 54, 507-512. PDF

2012

133. Little AC. (2012). Manipulation of infant-like traits affects perceived cuteness of infant, adult, and cat faces. Ethology 118, 775-782. doi: 10.1111/j.1439-0310.2012.02068.x PDF

132. Kuppens T, Pollet TV, Teixeira CP, Demoulin S, Roberts SC, & Little AC. (2012). Emotions in context: Anger causes ethnic bias but not gender bias in men but not women. European Journal of Social Psychology, 42, 432-441 DOI: 10.1002/ejsp.1848. PDF

131. Little AC, Hancock PJB, DeBruine LM, & Jones BC. (2012). Adaptation to anti-faces and the perception of correct identity in an average face. Frontiers in Perception Science, 3:19. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00019. PDF

130. Little AC & Jones BC. (2012). Variation in facial masculinity and symmetry preferences across the menstrual cycle is moderated by relationship context. Psychoneuroendrocrinology 37, 999-1008. PDF

129. Roberts SC, Klapilová K, Little AC, Burriss, RP, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Petrie M, & Havlicek J. (2012). Relationship satisfaction and outcome in women who meet their partner while using oral contraception. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. PDF

128. Quist M, DeBruine LM, Little AC & Jones BC. (2012). Integrating social knowledge and physical cues when judging the attractiveness of potential mates. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 770-773. PDF

127. Watkins CD, Jones BC, Little AC, DeBruine LM & Feinberg DR. (2012). Cues to the sex ratio of the local population influence women’s preferences for facial symmetry. Animal Behaviour, 83, 545-553. PDF

126. Feinberg DR, DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Little AC & O'Connor JJM. (2012). Women’s self-perceptions of health and attractiveness predict vocal masculinity preferences in different directions across short- and long-term contexts. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology. PDF

125. Welling LLM, Puts DA, Roberts SC, Little AC, & Burriss RP. (2012). Hormonal contraceptive use and mate retention behavior in women and their male partners Hormones and Behaviour, 61, 114-120. PDF

124. O'Connor JJM, Feinberg DR, Fraccaro PJ, Borak DJ, Tigue CC, Re DE, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Perrett DI, Tiddeman BP. (2012). Manipulations of vocal and facial masculinity in videos influence attractiveness. Ethology 118 1–10. PDF

123. DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Jones BC. (2012). Commentary: Extending parasite-stress theory to variation in human mate preferences. Behavioural and Brain Sciences 36, 26-27. Full article and commentaries PDF Original link: doi:10.1017/S0140525X1100098.

2011

122. Jones BC, Main JC, Little AC, & DeBruine LM. (2011). Further evidence that facial cues of dominance modulate gaze-cueing in human observers. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 70, 193-197.

121. Jones BC, Little AC, Watkins DC, Welling LLM, & DeBruine LM. (2011). Reported sexual desire predicts men's preferences for sexually dimorphic cues in women's faces. Archives of Sexual Behaviour 40, 1281-1285. PDF

120. Little AC, Caldwell CA, Jones BC, & DeBruine LM. (2011). Effects of partner beauty on opposite-sex attractiveness judgments. Archives of Sexual Behaviour. PDF

119. Roberts SC, Kralevich A, Ferdenzi C, Saxton TK, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Havlicek J. (2011). Body odor quality predicts behavioral attractiveness in humans. Archives of Sexual Behaviour. PDF

118. Jones BC, Vukovic J, Little AC, DeBruine LM, & Roberts SC. (2011). Circum-menopausal changes in women’s preferences for sexually dimorphic shape cues in peer-aged faces. Biological Psychology, 87, 453-455. PDF

117. Saxton TK, DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Little AC, & Roberts SC. (2011). A longitudinal study of adolescents’ judgments of the attractiveness of facial symmetry, averageness and sexual dimorphism. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 9, 43-55. DOI: 10.1556/JEP.9.2011.22.1 PDF

116. Little AC, McPherson J, Dennington L, & Jones BC. (2011). Accuracy in assessment of self-reported stress and a measure of health from static facial information. Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 693-698. doi:10.1016/j.paid.2011.06.010 PDF

115. DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Watkins CD, Roberts SC, Little AC, Smith FG, & Quist M. (2011). Opposite-sex siblings decrease attraction, but not prosocial attributions, to self-resembling opposite-sex faces. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 108, 11710-11714. PDF

114. Little AC, Connely J, Feinberg DR, Roberts SC, & Jones BC. (2011). Human preference for masculinity differs according to context in faces, bodies, voices, and smell. Behavioural Ecology, 22, 862-868. doi: 10.1093/beheco/arr061 PDF

113. Hancock PJB & Little AC. Adaptation may cause some of the face caricature effect. Perception, 40, 317-322. PDF

112. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Watkins CD, & Feinberg DR. (2011).'Eavesdropping' and perceived male dominance rank in humans. Animal Behaviour, 81, 1203-1208. PDF

111. Little AC, DeBruine LM, & Jones BC. (2011). Exposure to visual cues of pathogen contagion changes preferences for masculinity and symmetry in opposite-sex faces. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278, 2032-2039. PDF

110. Little AC, Jones BC, & DeBruine LM. (2011). Facial attractiveness: Evolutionary based research. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366, 1571, 1638-1659. PDF

109. Little AC, Jones BC, & DeBruine LM. (2011). The many faces of research on face perception. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366, 1571, 1634-1637. PDF

108. DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Little AC, Crawford JR, &Welling LM. (2011). Further evidence for regional variation in women's masculinity preferences. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278, 813-814. PDF

107. Burriss RP, Roberts SC, Welling LLM, Puts DA, & Little AC. (2011). Heterosexual romantic couples mate assortatively for facial symmetry, but not masculinity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37, 601-613. PDF

106. Vukovic J, Jones BC, Feinberg DR, DeBruine LM, G FG, Welling LLM, & Little AC. Variation in perceptions of physical dominance and trustworthiness predicts individual differences in the effect of relationship context on women's preferences for masculine pitch in men's voices. British Journal of Psychology, 102, 37-48. PDF

105. Little AC, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Caldwell CA. (2011). Social learning and human mate preferences: a likely mechanism for reinforcing universals and driving cultural variation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Evolution and human behavioural diversity 366, 366-375. Eds: Gillian R. Brown, Thomas E. Dickins, Rebecca Sear and Kevin N. Laland. PDF

104. Little AC, DeBruine LM, & Jones BC. (2011). Category-contingent face adaptation for novel colour categories: contingent effects are seen only after social or meaningful labelling. Cognition, 118, 116-122. Corrected PDF

2010

103. Glassenberg AN, Feinberg DR, Jones BC, Little AC, & DeBruine LM. (2010). Sex-dimorphic face shape preference in heterosexual and homosexual men and women. Archives of Sexual Behaviour, 39, 1289-1296. PDF

102. Fraccaro PJ, Feinberg DR., DeBruine LM, Little AC, Watkins CD, & Jones BC. (2010). Correlated male preferences for femininity in female faces and voices. Evolutionary Psychology, 8, 447-461. PDF

101. Halsey LG, Huber J, Bufton RDJ, Little AC. An explanation for enhanced perceptions of attractiveness after alcohol consumption. Alcohol, 44, 307-313. PDF

100. Jones BC, Feinberg DR, Bestelmeyer PEG, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. Adaptation to different mouth shapes influences visual perception of ambiguous lip speech. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 17, 522-528. PDF

99. DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Crawford JR, Welling LM, & Little AC. The health of a nation predicts their mate preferences: Cross-cultural variation in women’s preferences for masculinized male faces. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 277, 2405-2410. PDF

98. Main JC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Jones BC. (2010). Interactions among the effects of head orientation, emotional expression and physical attractiveness on face preferences. Perception, 39(1) 62 – 71. PDF

97. Vukovic J, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Feinberg DR, Smith FG, Little AC, Welling LLM, & Main JC. Women’s own voice pitch predicts their preferences for masculinity in men’s voices. Behavioral Ecology, 21, 786-772. PDF

96. Little AC, Saxton TK, Roberts SC, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Vukovic J, Perrett DI, Feinberg DR, & Chenore T. (2010). Women’s preferences for masculinity in male faces are highest during reproductive age-range and lower around puberty and post-menopause. Psychoneuroendrocrinology 35, 912-920. PDF

95. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Feinberg DR, & Main J. (2010). Reading the look of love: Sexually dimorphic cues in opposite-sex faces influence gaze-categorization. Psychological Science 21, 796-798. PDF

94. DeBruine LM, Jones BC, & Little AC. (2010). Opposite effects of visual versus imagined presentation of faces on subsequent sex perception. Visual Cognition, 18, 816-828. PDF

93. DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Smith FG, & Little AC. Are attractive men's faces are masculine or feminine? The importance of controlling confounds in face stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 36, 751-758. PDF

92. Campbell BC, Dreber A, Coren L. Apicella CL, Eisenberg DTA, Gray PB, Little AC, Garcia JR, Richard S. Zamore RS, & Koji Lum JK. Testosterone exposure, dopaminergic reward, and sensation-seeking in young men. Physiology and Behavior 99, 451-456. PDF

91. Bestelmeyer PEG, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Welling LLM. (2010). Face aftereffects demonstrate interdependent processing of expression and sex and of expression and race. Visual Cognition, 18, 255-274. PDF

90. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Main J, Little AC, Welling LLM, Feinberg DR, & Tiddeman BP. (2010). Facial cues of dominance modulate the short-term gaze-cuing effect in human observers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 277, 617-624. PDF

89. Jones BC, Feinberg DR, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Vukovic J. (2010). A domain-specific opposite-sex bias in human preferences for manipulated voice pitch. Animal Behaviour, 79, 57-62. PDF

88. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. (2010). Sexual dimorphism of male face shape, partnership status and the temporal context of relationship sought modulate women's preferences for direct gaze. British Journal of Psychology, 101(1), 109-121. PDF

2009

87. Smith FG, Jones BC, Little AC, DeBruine LM, Welling LLM, Vukovic J, & Conway CA. (2009). Hormonal contraceptive use and perceptions of trust modulate the effect of relationship context on women’s preferences for sexual dimorphism in male face shape. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 7(3), 195-210. PDF

86. Main JC, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. Integrating gaze direction and sexual dimorphism of face shape when perceiving the dominance of others. Perception 38(9), 1275-1283. PDF

85. Welling LLM, DeBruine LM, Bestelmeyer PEG, Little AC, & Jones BC. (2009). View-contingent aftereffects suggest joint coding of face shape and view. Perception, 38, 133-141. PDF

84. Welling LLM, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Jones BC. Extraversion predicts individual differences in women’s face preferences. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 996-998. PDF

83. Smith FG, Jones BC, Welling LLM, Little AC, Vukovic J, Main JC, & DeBruine LM. Waist-hip ratio, but not BMI, influences women’s preferences for masculine male faces. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 476-480. PDF

82. Saxton TK, DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Little AC, & Roberts SC. Face and voice attractiveness judgments change during adolescence. Evolution and Human Behaviour, 30, 398-408. PDF

81. Saxton TK, Little AC, DeBruine LM, Jones BC, & Roberts SC. (2009). Adolescents’ preferences for sexual dimorphism are influenced by relative exposure to male and female faces. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 864-868. PDF

80. Saxton TK, Little AC, Rowland HM, Gao T, & Roberts SC. (2009). Trade-offs between markers of absolute and relative quality in human facial preferences. Behavioural Ecology, 20, 1133-1137. PDF

79. Currie TE. & Little AC. (2009). The relative importance of the face and body in judgments of human physical attractiveness. Evolution and Human Behaviour, 30, 409-416. PDF

78. Roberts SC, Saxton TK, Murray AK, Burriss RP, Rowland HM, & Little AC. (2009). Static and dynamic facial images cue similar attractiveness judgements. Ethology, 115, 588-595. PDF

77. Smith FG, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. (2009). Interactions between masculinity-femininity and apparent health in face preferences. Behavioral Ecology, 20, 441-445. PDF

76. Vukovic J, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Feinberg DR. Circum-menopausal changes in women’s face preferences. Biology Letters, 5, 62-64. PDF

75. Roberts SC, Little AC, Lyndon A, Roberts J, & Wright RL. (2009). Increase in self-rated and other-rated confidence and attractiveness of young men associated with manipulation of body odour. International Journal of Cosmetic Science, 37, 41-54. PDF

74. Gerald MS, Waitt C, & Little AC. (2009). Pregnancy coloration in macaques may act as a warning signal to reduce antagonism by conspecifics. Behavioural Processes 80, 7-11. PDF

73. Burriss RP, Rowland HM, & Little AC. Facial scarring enhances male attractiveness for short-term relationships. Personality and Individual Differences, 46, 213-217. PDF

2008

 

72. Welling LLM, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Smith FG. (2008). Exposure to sexually attractive men decreases women’s preferences for feminine faces. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 6, 219-230. PDF

71. Saxton TK, Lyndon A, Little AC, & Roberts SC. (2008). Androstadienone, a putative human social chemosignal, modulates female attributions of male attractiveness in some contexts. Hormones & Behaviour, 54, 597-601. PDF

70. Welling LLM, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Smith FG, Feinberg DR, Little AC, & Al-Dujaili EAS. (2008). Attraction to feminine faced women is stronger when men’s testosterone levels are high. Hormones and Behavior, 53, 703-708. PDF

69. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. (2008). Adaptation reinforces preferences for attractive faces. Visual Cognition, 16, 849-858. PDF

68. Vukovic J, Feinberg DR, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Welling LLM, Little AC, Smith FG. (2008). Self-rated attractiveness is positively associated with women’s preferences for masculinity in men’s voices. Personality and Individual Differences, 45, 451-456. PDF

67. Apicella CL, Dreber A, Campbell BC, Ellison P, Gray PB, Hoffman M, & Little AC. (2008). Testosterone and Financial Risk-Taking. Evolution and Human Behaviour, 29, 384-390. PDF

66. Little AC, DeBruine LM, Jones BC, & Feinberg DR. 2008. Symmetry and sexual-dimorphism in human faces: interrelationships in preference suggest a common advert. Behavioural Ecology 19(4), 902-908. PDF

65. Little AC, Jones BC, & DeBruine LM. (2008). Preferences for variation in masculinity in real male faces change across the menstrual cycle. Personality and Individual Differences 45, 478–482. PDF

 

64. Feinberg DR, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. (2008). Preferences for men's facial and vocal masculinity are correlated: evidence for multiple quality signals. Evolution and Human Behaviour 29(4), 233-241. PDF

63. Little AC, Jones BC, Waitt C, Tiddeman BP, Feinberg DR, Perrett DI, Apicella CL, & Marlowe FW. Symmetry correlates with sexually dimorphic traits in faces. PLoS one 3(5): e2106. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002106. PDF

62. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Hay J, Perrett DI & Feinberg DR. (2008). Integrating physical and social cues when forming face preferences: Differences among low and high anxiety individuals. Social Neuroscience 1(3), 89-95. PDF

61. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Sahraie A. (2008). Transient pupil constrictions to faces are sensitive to orientation and species. Journal of Vision 8(3):17, 1-11. PDF

60. Jones BC, Feinberg DR, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. (2008). Integrating cues of social interest and voice pitch in men¹s preferences for women¹s voices. Biology Letters 4(2), 192-194. PDF

59. Bestelmeyer PEG, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Perrett DI, A Schneider, Welling LLM, & Conway CA. (2008). Sex-contingent face aftereffects depend on perceptual category rather than structural encoding. Cognition 107, 353-365.PDF

58. Little AC, Burriss RP, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Caldwell CA. (2008). Social influence in human face preference: men and women are influenced more for long-term than short-term attractiveness decisions. Evolution and Human Behaviour 27, 140-146. PDF

57. DeBruine LM, Jones BC,Little AC, &Perrett DI. (2008). Social perception of facial resemblance in humans. Archives of Sexual Behaviour 37(1), 64-77. PDF

56. Jones BC , DeBruine LM, Perrett DI, Little AC, Feinberg DR, & Law Smith MJ. (2008). Effects of menstrual cycle phase on face preferences. Archives of Sexual Behaviour 37(1), 78-84. PDF

55. Roberts SC & Little AC.  (2008). Good genes, complementary genes and human mate preferences. Genetica 132, 309–321. PDF

54. Little AC, DeBruine LM, Jones BC & Waitt C. (2008). Category contingent face aftereffects for race, age, and species. Cognition 106, 1537-1547. PDF

53. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. (2008). Evidence for adaptive design in human gaze preference. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 275, 63-54. PDF

2007

52. Apicella CL, Little AC, & Marlowe FW. (2007). Facial averageness and attractiveness in an isolated population of hunter-gatherers. Perception 36, 1813–1820.PDF

51. DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Unger L, Little AC, & Feinberg DR. (2007). Dissociating averageness and attractiveness: Attractive faces are not always average. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 33, 1420-1430. PDF

50. Little AC, Apicella CL, & Marlowe FW. (2007). Preferences for symmetry in human faces in two cultures: data from the UK and the Hadza, an isolated group of hunter-gatherers. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 274, 3113-3117. PDF

49. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Little AC, Conway CA, Welling LLM, Smith F. (2007). Sensation seeking and men's face preferences. Evolution and Human Behaviour 28, 439-446. PDF

48. Little AC & Hill R. (2007). Social perception of red suggests special role in dominance signalling. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 1-4, 161-168. PDF

 

47. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, & Feinberg DR. (2007). The valence of experiences with faces influences generalized preferences. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 1-4, 119-130. PDF

46. Mehu M, Little AC, & Dunbar RIM. (2007). Duchenne smiles and the perception of generosity and sociability in faces. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 1-4, 183-196.PDF

45. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, & Little AC. (2007). The role of symmetry in attraction to average faces. Perception and Psychophysics 69 (8), 1273-1277.  PDF

44. Welling LLM, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Conway CA, Law Smith MJ, Little AC, Feinberg DR, Sharp MA, Al-Dujaili EAS. (2007). Raised salivary testosterone in women is associated with increased attraction to masculine faces. Hormones & Behaviour 52 (2), 156-161. PDF

43. Little AC, Jones, BC, Burt DM, & Perrett DI. (2007). Preferences for symmetry in faces change across the menstrual cycle. Biological Psychology 76, 209–216. PDF

42. Little AC, Jones BC , & Burriss RP. (2007). Preferences for masculinity in male bodies change across the  menstrual cycle. Hormones & Behaviour 51, 633-639. PDF

41. Gerald MS, Waitt C, Little AC, & Kraiselburd E. (2007). Females pay attention toward female secondary sexual color: An experimental study in rhesus macaques. International Journal of Primatology 28, 1-7. PDF

40. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Burriss RP, & Feinberg DR. (2007). Social transmission of face preferences influences judgments of attractiveness in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 274, 899-903. PDF

39. Little AC, Cohen D, Jones BC, & Belsky J. (2007). Human preferences for facial masculinity change with relationship type and environmental harshness. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 967-973. PDF

38. Burriss RP, Little AC, & Nelson E. (2007). 2D:4D ratio is related to sexually dimorphic facial characteristics and perceived dominance. Archives of Sexual Behaviour 36, 377-384. PDF

37. Little AC, Burriss RP, Jones BC, Roberts SC. (2007). Facial appearance affects voting decisions. Evolution and Human Behaviour 28, 18-27. PDF

36. Little AC & Perrett DI. (2007). Using composite face images to assess accuracy in personality attribution. British Journal of Psychology 98, 111-126. PDF

2006

35. Penton-Voak IS, Pound N, Little AC, & Perrett DI. (2006). Accuracy in personality attributions made on the basis of facial characteristics. Social Cognition 24, 607-640. PDF

34. Little AC & Jones BC . (2006). Attraction independent of detection suggests special mechanisms for symmetry preferences in human face perception. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273, 3093–3099. PDF

33. Little AC & Mannion HD. (2006). Viewing attractive or unattractive same-sex images affects preferences for sexual dimorphism in opposite-sex faces. Animal Behaviour 72, 981-987. PDF

32. Little AC, Burt DM, & Perrett DI. (2006). What is good is beautiful: face preference reflects desired personality. Personality and Individual Differences 41, 1107-1118. PDF

31. Waitt
C & Little AC (2006). Preferences for symmetry in conspecific facial shape among rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). International Journal of Primatology 27,133-145. PDF

30. Jones BC , DeBruine LM, Little AC, Feinberg DR. (2006). Integrating gaze direction and expression in preferences for attractive faces. Psychological Science 17, 588-591. PDF

29. Buckingham G, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Welling L, Conway C, Tiddeman BP, Jones BC. (2006). Visual adaptation to masculine and feminine faces influences generalized preferences and perceptions of trustworthiness. Evolution and human Behaviour 27, 381-389. PDF

28. Waitt C, Gerald MS, Little AC, & Kraiselburd E (2006). Selective attention toward female secondary sexual color in male rhesus macaques. American Journal of Primatology 68, 738-744. PDF

27. Burriss RP & Little AC (2006). Effects of partner conception risk phase on male perception of dominance in faces. Evolution and human Behaviour 27, 297-305. PDF

26. DeBruine LM, Jones BC , Little AC et al. (2006). Correlated preferences for facial masculinity and ideal or actual partner’s masculinity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273, 1355-1360. PDF

25. Little AC, Burt DM, & Perrett, DI (2006). Assortative mating for perceived personality in faces. Personality and Individual Differences 40, 973-984. PDF

2005

24. Little AC, DeBruine LM, & Jones BC (2005). Sex contingent aftereffects suggest distinct neural populations code male and female faces. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 272, 2283-2287. (Authors contributed equally). PDF

23. Jones BC, Little AC, Boothroyd LG, DeBruine LM, Feinberg DR, Law Smith MJ, Cornwell RE, Moore FR, Perrett DI  (2005). Commitment to relationships and preferences for femininity and apparent health in faces are strongest on days of the menstrual cycle when progesterone level is high. Hormones and Behavior 48, 283-290. PDF

22. Roberts SC, Little AC, Gosling M, Jones BC, Perrett DI, Carter V, & Petrie M. (2005) MHC-assortative facial preferences in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B (Suppl.) 271, S270-S272 (Now Biology Letters). PDF

21. Boothroyd L, Burt DM, Cornwell RE, Jones BC, Little AC, Tiddeman BP, & Perrett DI (2005). Facial masculinity is related to perceived age but not perceived health. Evolution and human Behaviour 26, 417– 431. PDF

20. Jones BC, Little AC,Boothroyd L, Feinberg DR, Cornwell RE, DeBruine LM, Roberts SC, Penton-Voak IS, Law Smith MJ, Moore FR, Davis HP, & Perrett DI (2005). Women’s physical and psychological condition independently predict their preference for apparent health in faces. Evolution and human Behaviour 26, 451– 457. PDF

19. Jones BC, Perrett DI, Little AC, Boothroyd L, Cornwell RE, Feinberg DR, Tiddeman BP, Whiten S, Pitman RW, Hillier SG, Burt DM, Stirrat MR, Law-Smith MJ, & Moore FR (2005). Menstrual cycle, pregnancy and oral contraceptive use alter attraction to apparent health in faces. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 272, 347–354. PDF

18. Roberts SC, Little AC, Gosling M, Petrie M, Jones BC, Perrett DI, Penton-Voak, IS (2005). MHC-heterozygosity and human facial attractiveness. Evolution and human Behaviour 26, 213–226. PDF

17. Feinberg, DR, Jones BC, Little AC, Burt DM, & Perrett DI (2005). Manipulations of fundamental and formant frequencies influence the attractiveness of human male voices. Animal Behaviour 69, 561–568. PDF

2004

16. Jones BC, Little AC, Penton-Voak IS, Tiddeman BP, Burt DM, & Perrett DI (2004). The relationship between symmetry and visible skin condition in male facial attractiveness. Evolution and human Behaviour 25, 24-30. PDF

15. Kovács G, Gulyás B, Savic I, Perrett DI, Cornwell RE, Little AC, Jones BC, Burt DM, Gál V, & Vidnyánszky Z (2004). Smelling human sex hormone-like compounds affects face gender judgment of men. NeuroReport 15, 1275-1277. PDF

14. Jones BC, Little AC, Burt DM, & Perrett DI (2004). When facial attractiveness is only skin deep. Perception 33, 569-576. PDF

13. Roberts SC, Havlicek J, Flegr J, Hruskova, M, Little AC, Jones BC, Perrett DI, & Petrie M (2004) Female facial attractiveness increases during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 271, S270-S272 (Biology Letters). PDF

12. Cornwell RE, Boothroyd L, Burt DM, Feinberg DR, Jones BC, Little AC, Pitman R, Whiten S, & Perrett DI (2004) Concordant preferences for opposite-sex signals? Human pheromones and facial characteristics. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 271, 635–640. PDF

2003

11. Little AC & Jones BC (2003). Evidence against perceptual bias views for symmetry preferences in human faces. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 270, 1759-1763. PDF

10. Penton-Voak IS, Little AC, Jones BC, Burt DM, Tiddeman BP, & Perrett DI (2003). Measures of female condition influence preferences for sexual dimorphism in faces of male Homo sapiens. Journal of Comparative Psychology 117, 264-271. PDF

9. Waitt C, Little AC, Wolfensohn S, Honess P, Brown AP, Buchanan-Smith HM, & Perrett DI (2003). Evidence from rhesus macaques suggests male coloration plays a role in female primate mate choice. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B (Suppl.) 270, S144 – S146 (Now Biology Letters). PDF

8. Little AC, Penton-Voak IS, Burt DM, & Perrett DI (2003). Investigating an imprinting-like phenomenon in humans: partners and opposite-sex parents have similar hair and eye colour. Evolution and Human Behaviour 24, 43-51. PDF

2002

7. Little AC & Hancock, PJ (2002). The role of masculinity and distinctiveness on the perception of attractiveness in human male faces. British Journal of Psychology 93, 451-464. PDF

6. Little AC, Jones, BC, Penton-Voak IS, Burt DM, & Perrett DI (2002). Partnership status and the temporal context of relationships influence human female preferences for sexual dimorphism in male face shape. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 269, 1095-1100. PDF

5. Perrett DI, Penton-Voak IS, Little AC, Tiddeman BP, Burt DM, Schmidt N, Oxley R, & Barrett L (2002). Facial attractiveness judgements reflect learning of parental age characteristics. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 269, 873-880. PDF

4. Little AC & Perrett DI (2002). Putting beauty back in the eye of the beholder: evolution and individual differences in face preference. The Psychologist 15, 28-32. PDF

2001

3. Jones BC, Little AC, Penton-Voak IS, Tiddeman BP, Burt DM & Perrett DI (2001). Measured facial asymmetry and perceptual judgements of attractiveness and health. Evolution and Human Behaviour 22, 417-429. PDF

2. Penton-Voak IS, Jones BC, Little AC, Baker S, Tiddeman B, Burt DM, & Perrett D I (2001). Symmetry, sexual dimorphism in facial proportions, and male facial attractiveness. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 268, 1617-1623. PDF

1. Little AC, Burt DM, Penton-Voak, IS, & Perrett DI (2001). Self-perceived attractiveness influences human female preferences for sexual dimorphism and symmetry in male faces. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 268, 39-44. PDF

 Book Chapters:

7. Griffey JAF & Little AC. 2010).  Sexual selection, mate choice, and primate preferences. In F. Columbus (Ed.), Animal Behaviour: New Research. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

6. Little AC & Perrett DI. Facial Attractiveness. (2011). In R. Adams Jr, N. Ambady, K. Nakayama, and S. Shimojo (Eds.), The Science of Social Vision. New York: Oxford University Press.

5. Little AC & Jones BC. The Evolutionary Cognitive Neuropsychology of Face Preferences. (2010s). In T. Shakleford and S. Platek (Eds.), Foundations in Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

4. Saxton TK., Little AC, & Roberts SC. (2008). Ecological Validity in the Study of Human Pheromones. In JL Hurst, R Beynon, SC Roberts and T Wyatt (Eds), Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (Vol. 11), pp 111-120. New York: Springer.

3. Jones BC, Little AC, & Perrett DI (2003). Why are symmetrical faces attractive? In S. P. Shodov (Ed.), Advances in Psychology Research (Vol. 19), pp 145-166. New York: Nova Science Publishers. PDF

2. Little AC, Penton-Voak IS, Burt DM, & Perrett DI (2002). Evolution and individual differences in the perception of attractiveness: how cyclic hormonal changes and self-perceived attractiveness influence female preferences for male faces. In G. Rhodes and L. Zebrowitz (Eds.), Advances in Social Cognition, volume 1: Facial Attractiveness, pp 59-90. Westport, CT: Ablex. PDF

1. Little AC, Perrett DI, Penton-Voak IS, & Burt DM (2002). Evolution and individual differences in the perception of attractiveness. In A. Kenichi and T. Akazawa. (Eds.), Human Mate Choice and Prehistoric Marital Networks, pp 101-115. International research center for Japanese studies: Kyoto, Japan: Tanaka Printing Co. Ltd. PDF

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