SummaryI did my undergraduate degree in Animal Behaviour at the University of Toronto from 1995 - 1999. My PhD (2000 - 2005) was completed in the psychology department at McMaster University under the supervision of Martin Daly and Margo Wilson. I then moved (back) to the UK to do a post-doc at the University of Bristol until 2009, and took up my current position here at Brunel in 2010.
- PhD Psychology (McMaster)
- BSc Animal Behaviour (University of Toronto)
Newest selected publications
Clark, AP., Howard, KL., Woods, AT., Penton-Voak, IS. and Neumann, C. (2018) 'Why rate when you could compare? Using the “EloChoice” package to assess pairwise comparisons of perceived physical strength'. PLOS ONE, 13 (1). pp. e0190393 - e0190393. ISSN: 1932-6203 Open Access Link
Lefevre, CE., Etchells, PJ., Howell, EC., Clark, AP. and Penton-Voak, IS. (2014) 'Facial width-to-height ratio predicts self-reported dominance and aggression in males and females, but a measure of masculinity does not'. Biology Letters, 10 (10). ISSN: 1744-9561 Open Access Link
Scott, IM., Clark, AP., Josephson, SC., Boyette, AH., Cuthill, IC., Fried, RL., (2014) 'Human preferences for sexually dimorphic faces may be evolutionarily novel'. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111 (40). pp. 14388 - 14393. ISSN: 0027-8424 Open Access Linket al.
Scott, IML., Clark, AP., Boothroyd, LG. and Penton-Voak, IS. (2013) 'Do men’s faces really signal heritable immunocompetence?'. Behavioral Ecology, 24 (3). pp. 579 - 589. ISSN: 1045-2249 Open Access Link
Brooks, R., Scott, IM., Maklakov, AA., Kasumovic, MM., Clark, AP. and Penton-Voak, IS. (2011) 'National income inequality predicts women's preferences for masculinized faces better than health does'. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 278 (1707). pp. 810 - 812. ISSN: 0080-4649 Open Access Link