As a member of one scientific family, Jamin Halberstadt mostly works in the field of Microeconomics, focusing on Preference and, on occasion, Statistics. His Preference research extends to Statistics, which is thematically connected. Jamin Halberstadt usually deals with Sociocultural evolution and limits it to topics linked to Anthropology and Cultural influence. He regularly links together related areas like Anthropology in his Cultural influence studies. Jamin Halberstadt undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Social psychology and Social perception in his work. Jamin Halberstadt incorporates Social perception and Social psychology in his studies. He integrates several fields in his works, including Cognitive psychology and Social cognition. Jamin Halberstadt performs integrative Social cognition and Neuroscience research in his work. He integrates many fields, such as Neuroscience and Embodied cognition, in his works.
Jamin Halberstadt integrates several fields in his works, including Social psychology and Personality. He incorporates Personality and Social psychology in his research. Jamin Halberstadt conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Developmental psychology and Psychoanalysis. His studies link Attractiveness with Psychoanalysis. In his papers, Jamin Halberstadt integrates diverse fields, such as Neuroscience and Cognition. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Cognition and Neuroscience. His research combines Face perception and Perception. His Face perception study frequently links to related topics such as Perception. He connects Artificial intelligence with Cognitive psychology in his research.
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The Attractive Female Body Weight and Female Body Dissatisfaction in 26 Countries Across 10 World Regions: Results of the International Body Project I
Viren Swami;David A Frederick;Toivo Aavik;Lidia Alcalay.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2010)
Prototypes Are Attractive Because They Are Easy on the Mind
Piotr Winkielman;Jamin Halberstadt;Tedra Fazendeiro;Steve Catty.
Psychological Science (2006)
National character does not reflect mean personality trait levels in 49 cultures
A. Terracciano;A. M. Abdel-Khalek;N. Ádám;L. Adamovová.
When did her smile drop? Facial mimicry and the influences of emotional state on the detection of change in emotional expression
Paula M. Niedenthal;Markus Brauer;Jamin B. Halberstadt;Åse H. Innes-Ker.
Cognition & Emotion (2001)
Patterns and Universals of Adult Romantic Attachment Across 62 Cultural Regions Are Models of Self and of Other Pancultural Constructs
David P. Schmitt;Lidia Alcalay;Melissa Allensworth;Jüri Allik.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (2004)
Perceptions of aging across 26 cultures and their culture-level associates.
Corinna E. Löckenhoff;Filip de Fruyt;Antonio Terracciano;Robert R. Mccrae.
Emotional state and the detection of change in facial expression of emotion
Paula M. Niedenthal;Jamin B. Halberstadt;Jonathan Margolin;Åse H. Innes-Ker.
European Journal of Social Psychology (2000)
Emotional response categorization.
Paula M. Niedenthal;Jamin B. Halberstadt;Åse H. Innes-Ker.
Psychological Review (1999)
The Attractiveness of Nonface Averages: Implications for an Evolutionary Explanation of the Attractiveness of Average Faces
Jamin Halberstadt;Gillian Rhodes.
Psychological Science (2000)
It's not just average faces that are attractive: computer-manipulated averageness makes birds, fish, and automobiles attractive.
Jamin Halberstadt;Gillian Rhodes.
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review (2003)
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