Research Publications

Major Publications

1.  Penton-Voak, I. S. & Chen, J. Y. (2004). High Salivary Testosterone linked to Masculine Male Facial Appearance in Humans. Evolution and Human Behavior, 21, 39-28.

2.  Simpson, J. A., Winterheld, H., & Chen, J.Y. (2005). Personality and Relationships: a Temperament Perspective. Chapter in the Relationship Handbook.

3.  Garza, R. Parkin, J. C., Chen, J. Y., & Gray, P. B. (2009) Oxytocin, Vasopressin and Human Social Relationships. Chapter in The Endocrinology of Social Relationships.

Chen, J.Y. & Singh, D. (manuscript under preparation). Testosterone and Sexual Dimorphism in Facial Structure: Why do Women’s Preferences Differ Between Long-term and Short-term Relationships?

4.  Singh, D. & Chen, J. Y. (manuscript under preparation).  Anatomical Location of Fat and Judgment of Female Attractive Body.

5.  Chen, J. Y. & Simpson, J.A. (manuscript under preparation). Variations in relationship quality over the human menstrual cycle: A diary study on dating couples.

6.  Chen, J. Y.,  Simpson, J. A., & Rholes, W. S. (in progress ). Attachment, support, and biology: Can social support influence oxytocin release in bonded couples?

Presentations

1.Chen, J. Y.,  Simpson, J. A., & Rholes, W. S. (June, 2006 ). Attachment, support, and biology: Can social support influence oxytocin release in bonded couples?  Paper presented to the Human Behavior and Evolution Society Annual Meeting, UPenn, PA.

2.  Chen, J. Y. & Simpson, J.A. (June, 2005). Variations in relationship quality over the human menstrual cycle: A diary study on dating couples. Paper presented to the Human Behavior and Evolution Society Annual Meeting, Austin, TX.

3.  Chen, J. Y. (2004, March). Changes in Perceptions of Relationship Quality over the Human Menstrual Cycle. Project presented at Texas A&M Student Research Week.

4.  Singh, D. & Chen, J. Y. (2003, June).  Anatomical Location of Fat and Judgment of Female Attractive Body. Paper presented to the Human Behavior and Evolution Society Annual Meeting, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE.

5.  Chen, J. Y. (2003, April). Male behavior and attractiveness: What’s testosterone got to do with it? Project presented at Graduate Research in Texas Symposium.

6.  Chen, J. Y. (2003, March). Male facial attractiveness: What’s testosterone got to do with it?
Biology, Behavior, and Women’s Preferences

7.  Chen, J. Y. (2002, June). Testosterone’s Role in Mating Strategies and Sexual Dimorphism in Facial Structure: Do Women’s Preferences Change During the Menstrual Cycle? Paper presented to the Human Behavior and Evolution Society Annual Meeting, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Current Projects

Chen, J. Y., Matta, M., & Worrel, K. (in progress).  Testosterone, attractiveness, and Personality: Do women’s perceptions of men’s mate value change during ovulation?

Chen, J. Y. (in progress).  Do people perceive masculine men to be better leaders?  Implications for promotion in the workplace.

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