His primary areas of investigation include Toxoplasmosis, Immunology, Mate choice, Social psychology and Toxoplasma gondii. His study explores the link between Toxoplasmosis and topics such as Internal medicine that cross with problems in Acquired Toxoplasmosis and Surgery. His work deals with themes such as Novelty seeking, Schizophrenia, Disease and Personality, which intersect with Immunology.
His Mate choice study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Stimulus modality, Sensory cue and Sexual arousal. His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Follicular phase, Luteal phase, Menstrual cycle and Physiology. While the research belongs to areas of Social psychology, Jan Havlíček spends his time largely on the problem of Perception, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Aggression and CONTEST.
Jan Havlíček mainly investigates Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Perception, Mate choice and Odor. In the subject of general Social psychology, his work in Personality and Evolutionary psychology is often linked to Demography, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Within one scientific family, Jan Havlíček focuses on topics pertaining to Masculinity under Developmental psychology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Femininity.
He has included themes like Cognitive psychology, Audiology and Communication in his Perception study. In his research, Fertility is intimately related to Sexual selection, which falls under the overarching field of Mate choice. His research investigates the connection with Odor and areas like Olfaction which intersect with concerns in Body odour, Everyday life and Affect.
Jan Havlíček mostly deals with Perception, Social psychology, Association, Affect and Body odour. His work carried out in the field of Perception brings together such families of science as Taste, Chemesthesis and Olfactory communication. Jan Havlíček has included themes like Explained variation and Power in his Social psychology study.
His Affect research focuses on Mate choice and how it connects with Evolutionary biology, Offspring and Organism. His Body odour study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Assortative mating, Sexual selection, Metabolic efficiency, Olfaction and Preference. His studies deal with areas such as Longitudinal study and Biosocial theory as well as Developmental psychology.
His primary areas of investigation include Perception, Social psychology, Association, Developmental psychology and Sexual selection. His Perception study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Taste, Chemesthesis and Audiology. His Audiology study combines topics in areas such as Young adult and Olfaction.
The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Olfactory communication, Centrality, Loudness and Chemical communication. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Masculinity, Biosocial theory and Femininity. His studies in Sexual selection integrate themes in fields like Cross-cultural, VOCAL PARAMETERS and Preference.
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Female facial attractiveness increases during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle
S. Craig Roberts;Jan Havlicek;Jaroslav Flegr;Martina Hruskova.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2004)
MHC-correlated mate choice in humans: A review
Jan Havlicek;S. Craig Roberts.
Women's preference for dominant male odour: effects of menstrual cycle and relationship status
Jan Havlicek;S. Craig Roberts;Jaroslav Flegr.
Biology Letters (2005)
More Than Smell-COVID-19 Is Associated With Severe Impairment of Smell, Taste, and Chemesthesis.
Valentina Parma;Kathrin Ohla;Maria G Veldhuizen;Masha Y Niv.
Chemical Senses (2020)
Increased risk of traffic accidents in subjects with latent toxoplasmosis: a retrospective case-control study.
Jaroslav Flegr;Jan Havlícek;Petr Kodym;Marek Malý.
BMC Infectious Diseases (2002)
Non-Advertized does not Mean Concealed: Body Odour Changes across the Human Menstrual Cycle
Jan Havlicek;Radka Dvorakova;Ludek Bartos;Jaroslav Flegr.
Decrease of psychomotor performance in subjects with latent 'asymptomatic' toxoplasmosis.
J. Havlíček;Z. Gašová;Andrew Paul Smith;K. Zvára.
Decreased level of psychobiological factor novelty seeking and lower intelligence in men latently infected with the protozoan parasite Toxoplasma gondii Dopamine, a missing link between schizophrenia and toxoplasmosis?
Jaroslav Flegr;Marek Preiss;Jiřı́ Klose;Jan Havlı́ček.
Biological Psychology (2003)
Distinguishing between Perceiver and Wearer Effects in Clothing Color-Associated Attributions
S. Craig Roberts;Roy C. Owen;Jan Havlicek.
Evolutionary Psychology (2010)
DiVinE 3.0: an explicit-state model checker for multithreaded c & c++ programs
Jiří Barnat;Luboš Brim;Vojtěch Havel;Jan Havlíček.
computer aided verification (2013)
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