*Ko, A., Pick, C. M., Kwon, J., Barlev, M., Krems, J. A., Varnum, M. E. W., … & Kenrick, D. T. (2019). Family matters: Rethinking the psychology of human social motivation. Perspectives on Psychological Science. [linkSPSP 2020 Outstanding Research Award

Krems, J. A., *Ko, A., Moon, J. M., & Varnum, M. E. W. (under extended review). Sexually unrestricted women are perceived as having low self-esteem: First evidence for a pervasive, robust (but unfounded) stereotype. Psychological Science.

*Ko, A., & Suh, E. M. (2019). Does physical attractiveness buy happiness? Women’s mating motivation and happiness. Motivation and Emotion, 43(1), 1-11. [link]

Becker, D. V., Rheem, H., Pick, C. M., *Ko, A., & Lafko, S. R. (2019). Angry faces hold attention: Evidence of attentional adhesion in two paradigms. Emotion and Cognition, 247, 89. [link]

Ko, A., Suh, E.M., & Neuberg, S.L.


Is life satisfaction calibrated by mate value?

HBES, Amsterdam (2018)

Ko, A., Kim, E., & Suh, E.M.


Sex Differences in Self-Perceived Mate Value and Happiness.

SPSP, san Antonio (2017)

Ko, A., Suh, E.M., & Neuberg, S.L.


Q: Is happiness predicted by self-perceived mate value? A: Am I a man or a woman?

SPSP, Atlanta (2018)

Ko, A., Kim, E., & Suh, E.M.


Women’s Hormonal Fluctuation and Happiness Judgment: Physical Attractiveness Matters More During High Fertility Phase. 

SPSP, san Diego (2016)

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