Tereza Nevolová’s research focuses on women’s attractiveness in the context of partner selection and intrasexual competition. In particular, she is interested in the role played by a woman’s grooming (primarilly her facial makeup) in the attractiveness attributed to her, and in the psychological characteristics of both the observer and the wearer. She participates in the collection of data and administration within the team grant project.
She is a master’s degree student in General Anthropology (specializing in Human Ethology and Social and Cultural Anthropology) at the Faculty of Humanities at Charles University, where she also studied Liberal Arts and Humanities. Her supervisor is Vít Třebický.
In the past, she taught English and creative workshops for children. In her free time she draws, paints and creates DIYs and is a film enthusiast.