Vinet Coetzee
Vinet Coetzee
Department of Genetics, University of Pretoria
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Skin blood perfusion and oxygenation colour affect perceived human health
ID Stephen, V Coetzee, M Law Smith, DI Perrett
PloS one 4 (4), e5083, 2009
Carotenoid and melanin pigment coloration affect perceived human health
ID Stephen, V Coetzee, DI Perrett
Evolution and Human Behavior 32 (3), 216-227, 2011
Facial adiposity: A cue to health?
V Coetzee, DI Perrett, ID Stephen
Perception 38 (11), 1700-1711, 2009
To which world regions does the valence–dominance model of social perception apply?
BC Jones, LM DeBruine, JK Flake, MT Liuzza, J Antfolk, NC Arinze, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (1), 159-169, 2021
Deciphering faces: Quantifiable visual cues to weight
V Coetzee, J Chen, DI Perrett, ID Stephen
Perception 39 (1), 51-61, 2010
Cross-cultural effects of color, but not morphological masculinity, on perceived attractiveness of men's faces
ID Stephen, IML Scott, V Coetzee, N Pound, DI Perrett, IS Penton-Voak
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (4), 260-267, 2012
No evidence for sexual dimorphism of facial width-to-height ratio in four large adult samples
CE Lefevre, GJ Lewis, TC Bates, M Dzhelyova, V Coetzee, IJ Deary, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (6), 623-627, 2012
Cross-cultural agreement in facial attractiveness preferences: the role of ethnicity and gender
V Coetzee, JM Greeff, ID Stephen, DI Perrett
PLoS ONE 9 (7), e99629, 2014
Adiposity, compared with masculinity, serves as a more valid cue to immunocompetence in human mate choice
MJ Rantala, V Coetzee, FR Moore, I Skrinda, S Kecko, T Krama, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1751), 20122495, 2013
African perceptions of female attractiveness
V Coetzee, SJ Faerber, JM Greeff, CE Lefevre, DE Re, DI Perrett
PloS one 7 (10), e48116, 2012
Looking like a leader–facial shape predicts perceived height and leadership ability
DE Re, DW Hunter, V Coetzee, BP Tiddeman, D Xiao, LM DeBruine, ...
PloS one 8 (12), e80957, 2013
Judging the health and attractiveness of female faces: Is the most attractive level of facial adiposity also considered the healthiest?
V Coetzee, D Re, DI Perrett, BP Tiddeman, D Xiao
Body Image 8 (2), 190-193, 2011
Facial attractiveness is related to women's cortisol and body fat, but not with immune responsiveness
MJ Rantala, V Coetzee, FR Moore, I Skrinda, S Kecko, T Krama, ...
Biology Letters 9 (4), 20130255, 2013
Cross-cultural variation in women's preferences for cues to sex-and stress-hormones in the male face
FR Moore, V Coetzee, J Contreras-Garduņo, LM DeBruine, K Kleisner, ...
Biology Letters 9 (3), 20130050, 2013
Facial appearance reveals immunity in African men
KG Phalane, C Tribe, HC Steel, MC Cholo, V Coetzee
Scientific reports 7 (1), 7443, 2017
Facial shape analysis identifies valid cues to aspects of physiological health in Caucasian, Asian, and African populations
ID Stephen, V Hiew, V Coetzee, BP Tiddeman, DI Perrett
Frontiers in psychology 8, 288503, 2017
Facial adiposity, attractiveness, and health: A review
S De Jager, N Coetzee, V Coetzee
Frontiers in psychology 9, 424601, 2018
Common HLA alleles associated with health, but not with facial attractiveness
V Coetzee, L Barrett, JM Greeff, SP Henzi, DI Perrett, AA Wadee
PLoS One 2 (7), e640, 2007
Viewing heavy bodies enhances preferences for facial adiposity
DE Re, V Coetzee, D Xiao, D Buls, BP Tiddeman, LG Boothroyd, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 9 (4), 295-308, 2011
African and Caucasian body ideals in South Africa and the United States
V Coetzee, DI Perrett
Eating behaviors 12 (1), 72-74, 2011
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