We enjoyed ISHE 2019!
Traditionally, our group participated at the International Society for Human Ethology conference. It was held in Zadar, 21. – 24. August. We presented a wide range of topics here, see below.
Czech group at the conference:
Vít Třebický, Jitka Třebická Fialová, Lucie Kuncová, Martin Hůla, Žaneta Slámová, S. Craig Roberts, Dagmar Schwambergová, Jan Havlíček, Petr Tureček, Lucie Krejčová, Kateřina Potyszová, Zsófia Csajbók, Alena Čiženková, Viktorie Vítů, Jitka Lindová
Zsófia Csajbók – Necessary dealbreakers and dealmakers in mate choice
Jan Havlíček – Even grandpas can do the job well: Positive effect of grandfather’s presence on offspring survival
Martin Hůla – The role of shape and color in human aesthetic perception of real flowers and their photographs
Lucie Krejčová – Visible or not? Displays of emotional arousal
Lucie Kuncová – Father-partner similarity in body odour doesn’t affect relationship and sexual satisfaction
Jitka Lindová – How not to study the development of courtship
Lenka Martinec Nováková – The effect of olfactory stimulation on affective valence of dreams and affective state upon waking: results of a pilot study
Kateřina Potyszová – Can you tell what he wants by his courtship style?
Dagmar Schwambergová – Is reactivity of immune system related to human body odour quality?
Žaneta Slámová – Are men with more reactive immune system perceived as attractive and healthy?
Jitka Třebická Fialová – Male facial formidability, attractiveness and its hormonal correlates
Vít Třebický – Body cues of physical fitness affect perception of formidability
Petr Tureček – Charlie Bucket effect: Two grandmothers decrease survival probability
Viktorie Vítů – Reception and production of art as costly signalling