top of page
Vít Třebický

Vít Třebický

Researcher at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports and the Faculty of Science at Charles University

He is a behavioral scientist. His research interests include topics related to multimodal aspects of social perception in human sexual selection, the replication crisis, methodologies of stimuli collection, and quantitative methodology.
He received his Ph.D. in theoretical and evolutionary biology at the Department of Philosophy and History of Sciences, Faculty of Science, Charles University. He is currently affiliated with the Faculty of Sports and Physical Education and the Faculty of Science at Charles University.






Třebický, V., Havlíček, J., Roberts, S. C., Little, A. C., & Kleisner, K. (2013). Perceived aggressiveness predicts fighting performance in mixed-martial-arts fighters. Psychological science, 24(9), 1664-1672.

Třebický, V., Fialová, J., Kleisner, K., Roberts, S. C., Little, A. C., & Havlíček, J. (2015). Further evidence for links between facial width‐to‐height ratio and fighting success: Commentary on Zilioli et al.(2014). Aggressive behavior, 41(4), 331-334.

Třebický, V., Fialová, J., Kleisner, K., & Havlíček, J. (2016). Focal length affects depicted shape and perception of facial images. PLoS One, 11(2), e0149313.

Třebický, V., Delplanque, S., Ferdenzi, C., Fink, B., Jelínková, L., Pátková, Ž., ... & Havlíček, J. (2023). Cross-modal associations of human body odour attractiveness with facial and vocal attractiveness provide little support for the backup signals hypothesis: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Evolution and Human Behavior, 44(1), 19-29.

Třebický, V., Fialová, J., Stella, D., Štěrbová, Z., Kleisner, K., & Havlíček, J. (2018). 360 degrees of facial perception: congruence in perception of frontal portrait, profile, and rotation photographs. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 2405.

bottom of page