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Dr Johannes Honekopp

Senior Lecturer

Department: Psychology

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Time to Overcome the Neglect of Effect Sizes in Teaching Psychological Research Findings, Honekopp, J., Greer, J. 1 Jun 2019, In: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology
  • The influence of anthropomorphic tendencies on human hoarding behaviours, Neave, N., Jackson, R., Saxton, T., Honekopp, J. Jan 2015, In: Personality and Individual Differences
  • Visuo-Spatial Performance in Autism: A Meta-analysis, Muth, A., Honekopp, J., Falter, C. Dec 2014, In: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
  • Digit ratio (2D:4D) and male facial attractiveness: New data and a meta-analysis, Honekopp, J. 1 Oct 2013, In: Evolutionary Psychology
  • Male body movements as possible cues to physical strength: A biomechanical analysis, McCarty, K., Honekopp, J., Neave, N., Caplan, N., Fink, B. May 2013, In: American Journal of Human Biology
  • No Evidence that 2D:4D is Related to the Number of CAG Repeats in the Androgen Receptor Gene, Honekopp, J. 2013, In: Frontiers in Endocrinology
  • Digit ratio 2D:4D in relation to autism spectrum disorders, empathizing, and systemizing: A quantitative review, Honekopp, J. Aug 2012, In: Autism Research
  • Future publication success in science is better predicted by traditional measures than by the h index, Honekopp, J., Khan, J. Mar 2012, In: Scientometrics
  • Male dance moves that catch a woman's eye, Neave, N., McCarty, K., Freynik, J., Caplan, N., Honekopp, J., Fink, B. 2011, In: Biology Letters
  • Meta-analysis of the relationship between digit-ratio 2D:4D and aggression, Honekopp, J., Watson, S. Sep 2011, In: Personality and Individual Differences


  • Psychology PhD October 31 1996
  • Member Association for Psychological Science (APS) 2008


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