Pheromones and behaviour

There is increasing evidence that pheromones may play a role in human behaviour, however, none are conclusive. A discussion on the effect of pheromones on behaviour is a useful exercise in critical thinking, e.g. the arguments for and against the influence of pheromones on human behaviour can be assessed critically using one or more examples

http://www.ehbonline.org/article/S1090-5138(99)00005-7/abstract

Again remember to…

embed opportunities to explicitly teach about: 

https://abcnews.go.com/2020/video/pheromone-parties-19928010

http://www.nature.com/news/male-researchers-stress-out-rodents-1.15106

Research Papers for SAQs

Cutler et al. (1998): cutler1998

ethics SAQ cutler

Link to Abnormal – Treatment for disorders

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5889236/

https://www.biomotionlab.ca/demos/ Example of the task used in the Zhou et al study

Revising Wedekind 1 – talk yourself around the board; how is each image relevant to the study?
Revising Wedekind 1 – talk yourself around the board; how is each image relevant to the study?

Revising Wedekind 3: How is the relevance of image?
Click the image to make a copy and then check what’s in (under) the gift box; what is the relevance of each image?
Colour code the Pps DNA and then copy and paste the T-shirts and place them in the boxes, be sure to correctly colour code the DNA on the boxed T-Shirts, e.g. three matched, three mismatched and one control (unworn).
Click the image to make a copy; colour the DNA in different colours to show a match or a mismatch with the Pps own DNA; which T-shirt will she rate as sexier/more pleasant?
Revising Zhou et al 1
Revising Zhou et al. 2
Revising Zhou et al. 3
Revising Zhou et al 4.
Revising Zhou et al. 5

Revision

Bingo cards – here are the answers, what were the questions?!