His research focuses on sexual dimorphism and variability of humans in sexual selection framework. He is mainly interested in the human morphology and perception of visual cues of men´s faces and bodies involved in intra-sexual competition and women’s preferences for traits of physical attractiveness in men. Another line of his interests lies in the development of the standardised methodology of visual stimuli acquisition and processing.
He received his bachelor degree at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University and finished his master’s degree at the Department of Anthropology at the same faculty. Currently, he is PhD candidate at the Department of Philosophy and History of Sciences at the Faculty of Science, Charles University under the supervision of Jan Havlíček. He is also employed at the National Institute of Mental Health.