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Petr Tureček
Petr Tureček
Center for Theoretical Study, Charles University, Prague
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How and why patterns of sexual dimorphism in human faces vary across the world
K Kleisner, P Tureček, SC Roberts, J Havlíček, JV Valentova, RM Akoko, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-14, 2021
292021
African and European perception of African female attractiveness
K Kleisner, T Kočnar, P Tureček, D Stella, RM Akoko, V Třebický, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (6), 744-755, 2017
282017
Voices of Africa: acoustic predictors of human male vocal attractiveness
P Šebesta, K Kleisner, P Tureček, T Kočnar, RM Akoko, V Třebický, ...
Animal Behaviour 127, 205-211, 2017
212017
Vocal parameters of speech and singing covary and are related to vocal attractiveness, body measures, and sociosexuality: a cross-cultural study
JV Valentova, P Tureček, MAC Varella, P Šebesta, FDC Mendes, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2029, 2019
192019
Consistency of mate choice in eye and hair colour: testing possible mechanisms
Z Štěrbová, P Tureček, K Kleisner
Evolution and Human Behavior 40 (1), 74-81, 2019
182019
She always steps in the same river: Similarity among long-term partners in their demographic, physical, and personality characteristics
Z Štěrbová, P Tureček, K Kleisner
Frontiers in psychology 10, 52, 2019
172019
Father's physique influences mate preferences but not the actual choice of male somatotype in heterosexual women and homosexual men
Z Štěrbová, V Třebický, J Havlíček, P Tureček, MAC Varella, JV Valentova
Evolution and Human Behavior 39 (1), 130-138, 2018
142018
Cultural and biological evolution: What is the difference?
K Kleisner, P Tureček
Biosemiotics 10 (1), 127-130, 2017
62017
One but not two grandmothers increased child survival in poorer families in west Bohemian population, 1708–1834
J Havlíček, P Tureček, A Velková
Behavioral Ecology 32 (6), 1138-1150, 2021
52021
Facial attractiveness and preference of sexual dimorphism: A comparison across five populations
V Fiala, V Třebický, F Pazhoohi, JD Leongómez, P Tureček, SA Saribay, ...
Evolutionary Human Sciences 3, 2021
52021
New approach and new permutation tests with R programs for analyses of false-negative-contaminated data in medicine and biology
J Flegr, P Tureček
Biology open 9 (1), bio045948, 2020
42020
Influence of parental death on child mortality and the phenomenon of the stepfamily in western Bohemia in 1708–1834
A Velková, P Tureček
The History of the Family 27 (3), 434-452, 2022
32022
Symptomic Mimicry Between SARS-CoV-2 and the Common Cold Complex
P Tureček, K Kleisner
Biosemiotics, 1-6, 2022
32022
Perception-driven dynamics of mimicry based on attractor field model
J Brejcha, P Tureček, K Kleisner
Interface Focus 11 (3), 20200052, 2021
32021
Cues for facial attractiveness and preference of sexual dimorphism: A comparison across five cultures
V Fiala, V Třebický, JD Leongómez, P Tureček, F Pazhoohi, SA Saribay, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
32020
Differential effects of resource scarcity and pathogen prevalence on heterosexual women's facial masculinity preferences
SA Saribay, P Tureček, R Paluch, K Kleisner
Evolutionary Human Sciences 3, 2021
22021
Non-particulate inheritance revisited: evolution in systems with Parental Variability-Dependent Inheritance
P Tureček, J Slavík, M Kozák, J Havlíček
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 127 (2), 518-533, 2019
22019
Africans and Europeans differ in their facial perception of dominance and sex-typicality: a multidimensional Bayesian approach
V Fiala, P Tureček, RM Akoko, Š Pokorný, K Kleisner
Scientific reports 12 (1), 1-15, 2022
12022
Differences in cognitive performance between cytomegalovirus-infected and cytomegalovirus-free students
V Chvatalova, B Šebánková, H Hrbáčková, P Tureček, L Příplatová, ...
PsyArXiv, 2022
2022
Assortative pairing alone can lead to a structured biota in organisms with cultural transmission
P Tureček, M Kozák, J Slavík
arXiv preprint arXiv:2202.13685, 2022
2022
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