June 11, 2002
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Neuroendocrinology Letters incl. Psychoneuroimmunology & Chronobiology

including Psychoneuroimmunology, Neuro
Reproductive Medicine, Chronobiology
and Human Ethology
ISSN 0172–780X

NEL VOL. 22 No. 5
"Zdenek Klein Award for Human Ethology"

Recipients 2001 [pdf 36kb]

Related Article:
Human Pheromones: "Integrating Neuroendocrinology and Ethology" [abstract] [Full text]

2001; 22:322
pii: NEL220501X02



Karl Grammer

Born 1950. He studied zoology, anthropology, and physics in Munich, Germany. 1982 doctoral degree at the University of Munich. 1985 Professor at the Max-Planck Research Station for Human Behavior. Since 1991 Scientific and Administrative Director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Urban Ethology in Vienna, Austria. Senior Secretary of the International Society for Human Ethology (ISHE).

James Vaughan Kohl

Independent Researcher and scientist at Partell Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. He has devoted over fifteen years to researching the relationship between odors and sexual behavior. He is co-author (together with Robert T. Francoeur) of the book "The Scent of Eros: Mysteries of Odor in Human Sexuality", Continuum, New York 1995. Member of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, the Association for Chemoreception Sciences and the International Society for Human Ethology.

Bernhard Fink

Born 1973. He studied Human Ethology at the Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institute for Urban Ethology in Vienna and is still enrolled for his Master of Psychology at the University of Vienna. His main areas of interests are human attractiveness, non-verbal communication and their application to human modeling. He is currently a member of six scientific societies and shares several collaborations with biologists, psychologists and computer scientists.

Michaela Atzmueller

Born 1973. She studied zoology and anthropology at the University of Vienna. 1998 MA with thesis on human pheromones and male cooperation. 2001 Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Vienna with thesis on risk-taking in young human males and its manifestation in their nonverbal behaviour. Scientific interests: hormonal influences on human behaviour.

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