Browsing publications by Dr Piers Cornelissen

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Martin Tovee
Hannah George
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Humans are not fooled by size illusions in attractiveness judgements2014
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Body size over-estimation in women with anorexia nervosa is not qualitatively different from female controls2013
Hannah George
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Differences in eye-movement patterns between anorexic and control observers when judging body size and attractiveness2011
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Hannah George
Dr Martin Tovee
Patterns of eye movements when male and female observers judge female attractiveness, body fat and waist-to-hip ratio2009
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Professor Melissa Bateson
Patterns of subcutaneous fat deposition and the relationship between body mass index and waist-to-hip ratio: Implications for models of physical attractiveness2009
Dr Emma Foster
Professor John Matthews
Professor John Mathers
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Piers Cornelissen
et al.
Children's estimates of food portion size: The development and evaluation of three portion size assessment tools for use with children2008
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Preferences for body mass index and waist-to-hip ratio do not vary with observer age2008
Kathryn Smith
Dr Martin Tovee
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Mike Cox
Dr Piers Cornelissen
et al.
An analysis of body shape attractiveness based on image statistics: Evidence for a dissociation between expressions of preference and shape discrimination2007
Kathryn Smith
Dr Martin Tovee
Paul Hancock
Dr Mike Cox
Dr Piers Cornelissen
et al.
An analysis of body shape preference based on image statistics2007
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Color 3D bodies and judgements of human female attractiveness2007
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