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Publications

Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)

Mayer C, Windhager S, Schaefer K, Mitteroecker P (2017) BMI and WHR are reflected in female facial shape and texture: A geometric morphometric image analysis. PLOS One 12(1): e0169336. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0169336.

Jaeschke J, Primes G, Windhager S, Martin F, Wallner B (2016). Effects of socioeconomic status and fairness on salivary cortisol. Evolutionary Psychology. April–June (vol 14 no. 2):1–10. doi: 10.1177/1474704916653487. 

Schaschl H, Huber S, Schaefer K, Windhager S, Wallner B, Fieder M (2015). Signatures of positive selection in the cis-regulatory sequences of the human oxytocin receptor (OXTR) and arginine vasopressin receptor 1a (AVPR1A) genes. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15:85. doi: 10.1186/s12862-015-0372-7 

Mitteroecker P, Windhager S, Müller GB, Schaefer K (2015). The morphometrics of “masculinity” in human faces. PLOS One 10(2), e0118374. 

Windhager S, Schaschl H, Schaefer K, Mitteroecker P, Huber S, Wallner B, Fieder M (2014). Variation at genes influencing facial morphology are not associated with developmental imprecision in human faces. PLOS One 9(6), e99009. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0099009 

Windhager S, Patocka K, Schaefer K (2013). Body fat and facial shape are correlated female adolescents. American Journal of Human Biology 25, 847–850. doi: 10.1002/ajhb.22444 

Mitteroecker P, Gunz P, Windhager S, Schaefer K (2013). A brief review of shape, form, and allometry in geometric morphometrics, with applications to human facial morphology. Hystrix 24(1), 59–66. Special issue, invited: Virtual Morphology and Evolutionary Morphometrics in the new millennium. 

Windhager S, Mitteroecker P, Schaefer K (2013). It’s in their face: quantifying ontogenetic and static allometry in human male faces. Anatomical Record 296, Special Feature: 190–191. 

Schaefer K, Windhager S, Slice DE, Mitteroecker P (2013). A man’s face reveals his body height: A GMM approach to ontogenetic and static allometry. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 150 (S56), 241.

Meindl K, Windhager S, Wallner B, Schaefer K (2012). Second-to-fourth digit ratio and facial shape in boys: the lower the digit ratio, the more robust the face. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 279 (1737), 2457–2463.

Windhager S, Bookstein FL, Grammer K, Oberzaucher E, Said H, Slice DE, Thorstensen T, Schaefer K (2012). “Cars have their own faces”: cross-cultural ratings of car shapes in biological (stereotypical) terms. Evolution and Human Behavior 33(2), 109–120.

Windhager S, Schaefer K, Fink B (2011). Geometric morphometrics of male facial shape in relation to physical strength and perceived attractiveness, dominance and masculinity. American Journal of Human Biology 23(6), 804–815. 

Windhager S, Atzwanger K, Bookstein FL, Schaefer K (2011). Fish in a mall aquarium—An ethological investigation of biophilia. Landscape and Urban Planning 99 (1), 23–30. 

Windhager S, Hutzler F, Carbon C-C, Oberzaucher E, Schaefer K, Thorstensen T, Leder H, Grammer K (2010). Laying eyes on headlights: eye movements suggest facial features in cars. Collegium Antropologicum 34(3), 1075–1080. 

Windhager S, Bookstein FL, Grammer K, Thorstensen T, Schaefer K (2009). Principles of growth perception: does the human face processing pathway generalize to cars?. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 138(S48), 274–275. 

Windhager S, Slice DE, Schaefer K, Oberzaucher E, Thorstensen T, Grammer K (2008, cover feature). Face to face—the perception of automotive designs. Human Nature 19(4), 331–346. 

Book Chapters

Windhager S, Schaefer K (2016, invited). How geometric morphometrics can benefit face research, with an application to facial growth (Chapter 11, p. 149–167). In Vidovic M (Ed.): Anthropology and Public Health. National Institute of Public Health, Ljubljana, Slovenia. ISBN: 978-961-7002-04-1.

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