Evolutionary Psych Lab Publishes Study on Perceptions of Men’s Status and Attractiveness

Along with Dr. Sethu Karthikeyan of Pace University and a team of researchers from Penn State, several members of the SUNY New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab co-authored a recent publication on vocal details related to ratings of status and attractiveness in men. New Paltz contributors, who are all named co-authors, include Jennifer Link (MS, 2021), Alex Mackiel (MS, 2021), Kaelyn Marks (MS, 2022), Michelle Cristo (BA, 2020), Jenny Patel (MS, 2022), and Aliza Santos (BA, 2020).

The full reference is as follows:

Karthikeyan, S., Puts, D. A., Aung, T., Link, J. K., Rosenfield, K., Mackiel, A., Casey, A., Marks, K., Cristo, M., Patel, J., Santos, A., & Geher, G. (2023). Articulatory effects on perceptions of men’s status and attractiveness. Scientific Reports. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-023-29173-z

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