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Janek Lobmaier
Janek Lobmaier
Senior researcher/lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Zurich
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The cutest little baby face: A hormonal link to sensitivity to cuteness in infant faces
R Sprengelmeyer, DI Perrett, EC Fagan, RE Cornwell, JS Lobmaier, ...
Psychological Science 20 (2), 149-154, 2009
2312009
Emotion recognition: The role of featural and configural face information
D Bombari, PC Schmid, M Schmid Mast, S Birri, FW Mast, JS Lobmaier
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (12), 2426-2442, 2013
2072013
Female and male responses to cuteness, age and emotion in infant faces
JS Lobmaier, R Sprengelmeyer, B Wiffen, DI Perrett
Evolution and Human Behavior 31 (1), 16-21, 2010
1672010
Role of featural and configural information in familiar and unfamiliar face recognition
A Schwaninger, JS Lobmaier, SM Collishaw
International workshop on biologically motivated computer vision, 643-650, 2002
1472002
Emotional expression modulates perceived gaze direction.
JS Lobmaier, BP Tiddeman, DI Perrett
Emotion 8 (4), 573, 2008
1412008
Gaze perception in social anxiety and social anxiety disorder
L Schulze, B Renneberg, JS Lobmaier
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 872, 2013
1272013
Something to smile about: The interrelationship between attractiveness and emotional expression.
J Golle, FW Mast, JS Lobmaier
Cognition & Emotion, 2013
1162013
How mood states affect information processing during facial emotion recognition: An eye tracking study
PC Schmid, MS Mast, D Bombari, FW Mast, JS Lobmaier
Swiss Journal of Psychology, 2011
1102011
Sweet puppies and cute babies: Perceptual adaptation to babyfacedness transfers across species
J Golle, S Lisibach, FW Mast, JS Lobmaier
PloS one 8 (3), e58248, 2013
1052013
Featural, configural, and holistic face-processing strategies evoke different scan patterns
D Bombari, FW Mast, JS Lobmaier
Perception 38 (10), 1508-1521, 2009
752009
Objects capture perceived gaze direction
JS Lobmaier, MH Fischer, A Schwaninger
Experimental Psychology 53 (2), 117-122, 2006
662006
Men's preference for the ovulating female is triggered by subtle face shape differences
C Bobst, JS Lobmaier
Hormones and behavior 62 (4), 413-417, 2012
602012
Featural and configural face processing strategies: evidence from a functional magnetic resonance imaging study
JS Lobmaier, P Klaver, T Loenneker, E Martin, FW Mast
Neuroreport 19 (3), 287-291, 2008
572008
Early follicular testosterone level predicts preference for masculinity in male faces–but not for women taking hormonal contraception
C Bobst, S Sauter, A Foppa, JS Lobmaier
Psychoneuroendocrinology 41, 142-150, 2014
532014
The world smiles at me: self-referential positivity bias when interpreting direction of attention
JS Lobmaier, DI Perrett
Cognition and emotion 25 (2), 334-341, 2011
482011
The inversion effect on gaze perception reflects processing of component information
A Schwaninger, JS Lobmaier, MH Fischer
Experimental Brain Research 167, 49-55, 2005
482005
All eyes on me?! Social anxiety and self-directed perception of eye gaze
L Schulze, JS Lobmaier, M Arnold, B Renneberg
Cognition & emotion 27 (7), 1305-1313, 2013
472013
Configural and featural processing in humans with congenital prosopagnosia.
JS Lobmaier, J Bölte, FW Mast, C Dobel
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 6, 23, 2010
472010
The scent of attractiveness: levels of reproductive hormones explain individual differences in women's body odour
JS Lobmaier, U Fischbacher, U Wirthmüller, D Knoch
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1886), 20181520, 2018
442018
Preference for cute infants does not depend on their ethnicity or species: evidence from hypothetical adoption and donation paradigms
J Golle, F Probst, FW Mast, JS Lobmaier
PloS one 10 (4), e0121554, 2015
442015
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