Ferenc Kocsor
Ferenc Kocsor
University of Pécs, Institute of Psychology
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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
Preference for facial self-resemblance and attractiveness in human mate choice
F Kocsor, R Rezneki, S Juhász, T Bereczkei
Archives of sexual behavior 40, 1263-1270, 2011
The young male syndrome—An analysis of sex, age, risk taking and mortality in patients with severe traumatic brain injuries
V Tamás, F Kocsor, P Gyuris, N Kovács, E Czeiter, A Büki
Frontiers in neurology, 366, 2019
The Hungarian version of sociosexual orientation inventory revised (SOI-R): Sex and age differences
N Meskó, A Láng, F Kocsor
Interpersona: An International Journal on Personal Relationships 8 (1), 2014
First impressions of strangers rely on generalization of behavioral traits associated with previously seen facial features
F Kocsor, T Bereczkei
Current Psychology 36, 385-391, 2017
Preference for faces resembling opposite-sex parents is moderated by emotional closeness in childhood
F Kocsor, TK Saxton, A Láng, T Bereczkei
Personality and Individual Differences 96, 23-27, 2016
Evaluative conditioning leads to differences in the social evaluation of prototypical faces
F Kocsor, T Bereczkei
Personality and Individual Differences 104, 215-219, 2017
Assessing facial attractiveness: individual decisions and evolutionary constraints
F Kocsor, A Feldmann, T Bereczkei, J Kallai
Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology 3 (1), 21432, 2013
The impact of attachment on preschool children's preference for parent-resembling faces—A possible link to sexual imprinting
F Kocsor, P Gyuris, T Bereczkei
Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 11 (4), 171-183, 2013
Beauty stereotypes affect the generalization of behavioral traits associated with previously seen faces
Á Putz, F Kocsor, T Bereczkei
Personality and Individual Differences 131, 7-14, 2018
Sibling relations in patchwork families: co-residence is more influential than genetic relatedness
P Gyuris, L Kozma, Z Kisander, A Láng, T Ferencz, F Kocsor
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 993, 2020
The young male syndrome revisited–homicide data from Hungarian and Australian populations
P Farsang, F Kocsor
Human Ethology Bulletin 31 (2), 17-29, 2016
Arbitrary signals of trustworthiness–social judgments may rely on facial expressions even with experimentally manipulated valence
F Kocsor, L Kozma, AL Neria, DN Jones, T Bereczkei
Heliyon 5 (5), 2019
Task-irrelevant threatening information is harder to ignore than other valences.
AN Zsidó, C Bali, F Kocsor, MC Hout
Emotion 23 (6), 1606, 2023
A szexuális elköteleződés mérése. A szocioszexuális orientációs kérdőív (SOI-R) magyar változata
Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle 67 (4), 727-749, 2012
Help Is in Your Blood—Incentive to “Double Altruism” Resolves the Plasma Donation Paradox
P Gyuris, BG Gáspár, B Birkás, K Csókási, F Kocsor
Frontiers in psychology, 3722, 2021
Sibling relationship quality and parental rearing style influence the development of Dark Triad traits
T Ferencz, A Láng, F Kocsor, L Kozma, A Babós, P Gyuris
Current Psychology 42 (28), 24764-24781, 2023
„Multiscale Analysis of Masculinity-an Exploratory Study.”
L Kozma, F Kocsor
Human Ethology Bulletin 32 (2), 5-13, 2017
Half-siblings in human evolutionary history
P Gyuris, F Kocsor
Encyclopedia of evolutionary psychological science, 3600-3602, 2021
Elvárások és azonosulás: a férfi nemi szerep többszempontú vizsgálata
L Kozma, F Kocsor
Társadalmi Nemek Tudománya Interdiszciplináris eFolyóirat 8 (2), 39-65, 2018
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