Items where Author is "Wells, TJ"

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Journal article

WELLS, T.J., DUNN, A.K., SERGEANT, M. and DAVIES, M.N.O., 2009. Multiple signals in human mate selection: a review and framework for integrating facial and vocal signals. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 72, pp. 111-139.

Conference contribution

WELLS, T.J., BAGULEY, T., SERGEANT, M.J. and DUNN, A.K., 2010. Face and voice attractiveness are shown to be related in females but not males: implications for the function of multiple signals [poster presentation]. In: 22nd Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, University of Oregon, Eugene, 16-20 June 2010, Eugene, Oregon.

DUNN, A.K., WHARTON, H. and WELLS, T.J., 2009. The David Beckham effect: how single and multiple cues of attractiveness influence perceived attractiveness [poster presentation]. In: BPS Cognitive Section Conference, Hertfordshire, 1-3 September 2009, Hertfordshire.

WELLS, T.J., DUNN, A.K. and BAGULEY, T., 2009. A multilevel model approach to the study of male attractiveness in the presence of multiple signals [oral presentation]. In: Vth International Anthropological Congress of AleŇ° Hrdlicka, Prague-Humpolec, Czech Republic, 2-5 Sept 2009, Prague-Humpolec.

WELLS, T.J. and DUNN, A.K., 2009. A preliminary study investigating the use of multimodal signals in the perception of human attractiveness [poster presentation]. In: BPS Cognitive Section Conference, Hertfordshire, 1-3 September 2009, Hertfordshire.

WELLS, T.J. and DUNN, A.K., 2008. Male voice pitch modulation in response to attractive females: advertising investment in the absence of cues to fertility [poster presentation]. In: European Human Behaviour and Evolution Conference, Montpellier, France, 2-4 April 2008, Montpellier, France.

Thesis

WELLS, T.J., 2011. Modality related effects of face and voice information and the perception of human attractiveness. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

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