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Abbreviation : fWHR
Long Form : facial width-to-height ratio
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2022 Facial and body sexual dimorphism are not interconnected in the Maasai. ---
2021 E-perceptions and Business 'Mating': The Communication Effects of the Relative Width of Males' Faces in Business Portraits. ---
2021 Overgeneralizing emotions: Facial width-to-height revisited. ---
2021 The Association Between Facial Width-to-Height Ratio (fWHR) and Sporting Performances: Evidence From Professional Basketball Players in Japan. FGA, Foul
2020 An Exploration of the Relationships Among Facial Dimensions, Age, Sex, Dominance Status, and Personality in Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta). ---
2020 Birth size and morphological femininity in adult women. WHR
2020 Sexual dimorphism in facial shape of modern Buryats of Southern Siberia. ---
2020 The craniofacial indicators of aggression: a cross-sectional multiparametric anthropometry study. ---
2019 A Case of Evolutionary Mismatch? Why Facial Width-to-Height Ratio May Not Predict Behavioral Tendencies. ---
10  2019 Facial features and unethical behavior - Doped athletes show higher facial width-to-height ratios than non-doping sanctioned athletes. ---
11  2019 Facial width-to-height ratio is associated with agonistic and affiliative dominance in bonobos (Pan paniscus). ---
12  2019 Testosterone-dependent facial and body traits predict men's sociosexual attitudes and behaviors. LT, SMM, ST
13  2018 "Facing humanness: Facial width-to-height ratio predicts ascriptions of humanity": Correction to Deska, Lloyd, and Hugenberg (2017). ---
14  2018 Body mass index, facial width-to-height ratio, and perceived formidability in female Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighters. BMI, UFC
15  2018 Corrigendum: Response: Commentary: Facial Width-to-Height Ratio (fWHR) Is Not Associated With Adolescent Testosterone Levels. ---
16  2018 Detecting implicit cues of aggressiveness in male faces in revictimized female PTSD patients and healthy controls. IPV
17  2018 Group Facial Width-to-Height Ratio Predicts Intergroup Negotiation Outcomes. ---
18  2018 Investigating Gender Differences under Time Pressure in Financial Risk Taking. EU, RDU
19  2018 No evidence that facial width-to-height ratio (fWHR) is associated with women's sexual desire. ---
20  2018 Response: Commentary: Facial Width-to-Height Ratio (fWHR) Is Not Associated with Adolescent Testosterone Levels. ---
21  2018 Sexually Dimorphic Faciometrics in Black Racial Groups From Early Adulthood to Late Middle Age. ---
22  2018 The Bogazici face database: Standardized photographs of Turkish faces with supporting materials. GM
23  2018 The influence of income and testosterone on the validity of facial width-to-height ratio as a biomarker for dominance. ---
24  2017 Facial width-to-height ratio differs by social rank across organizations, countries, and value systems. CEOs
25  2017 Facial Width-to-Height Ratio Does Not Predict Self-Reported Behavioral Tendencies. ---
26  2017 Facing humanness: Facial width-to-height ratio predicts ascriptions of humanity. ---
27  2017 How components of facial width to height ratio differently contribute to the perception of social traits. ---
28  2017 The face of fear and anger: Facial width-to-height ratio biases recognition of angry and fearful expressions. ---
29  2017 The facial width-to-height ratio determines interpersonal distance preferences in the observer. ---
30  2017 The Facial Width-to-Height Ratio Predicts Sex Drive, Sociosexuality, and Intended Infidelity. ---
31  2016 Commentary: Facial Width-to-Height Ratio (fWHR) Is Not Associated with Adolescent Testosterone Levels. ---
32  2016 Facial Width-To-Height Ratio (fWHR) Is Not Associated with Adolescent Testosterone Levels. ---
33  2016 Focal Length Affects Depicted Shape and Perception of Facial Images. GMM
34  2016 Within-person variability in men's facial width-to-height ratio. ---
35  2015 Evidence from Meta-Analyses of the Facial Width-to-Height Ratio as an Evolved Cue of Threat. ---
36  2015 Face Shape and Behavior: Implications of Similarities in Infants and Adults. ---
37  2015 Facial width-to-height ratio in a large sample of Commonwealth Games athletes. ---
38  2015 Men's facial width-to-height ratio predicts aggression: a meta-analysis. ---
39  2014 Facial width-to-height ratio predicts self-reported dominance and aggression in males and females, but a measure of masculinity does not. ---
40  2014 Facial width-to-height ratio relates to alpha status and assertive personality in capuchin monkeys. ---
41  2014 Further evidence for links between facial width-to-height ratio and fighting success: Commentary on Zilioli et al. (2014). MMA
42  2014 The face-time continuum: lifespan changes in facial width-to-height ratio impact aging-associated perceptions. ---
43  2013 Age similarities in recognizing threat from faces and diagnostic cues. OA, YA
44  2013 Facial structure is indicative of explicit support for prejudicial beliefs. ---
45  2013 Human face structure correlates with professional baseball performance: insights from professional Japanese baseball players. ---
46  2013 Personality and facial morphology: Links to assertiveness and neuroticism in capuchins (Sapajus [Cebus] apella). ---
47  2013 Self-fulfilling prophecies as a link between men's facial width-to-height ratio and behavior. ---
48  2013 Social status moderates the relationship between facial structure and aggression. ---
49  2011 What lies beneath the face of aggression? ---