Marketers with no interest in the science of human pheromones continue to promote their products with claims of expertise. Here are a few links to publications and presentations, and to interviews that attest to Kohl’s expertise on the topic of human pheromones.
Reiss Plenary 2007 PowerPoint Presentation from Kohl’s Plenary presentation at the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality
James V. Kohl received the Ira and Harriet Reiss Theory Award for 2007 from the Foundation for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (FSSS). The award is given annually for the best social science article, chapter, or book published in the previous year in which theoretical explanations of human sexual attitudes and behaviors are developed. “The Mind’s Eyes: Human Pheromones, Neuroscience, and Male Sexual Preferences” was published in the Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality, 18(4): 313-369, and concurrently published as a book chapter in the “Handbook of the Evolution of Human Sexuality.” In conjunction with the award, Kohl was an invited plenary session speaker at the annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) in November, 2007, which was held in Indianapolis, Indiana. The indexed author’s copy of this article/book chapter is here.
Zdeneck Klein Award 2001 for publication of Human Pheromones: Linking Neuroendocrinology and Ethology
2009 NY Times Article Pheromone-enhanced products are like make-up.
2007 Chicago Tribune Article Little-known nerve [Nerve Zero] may be secret to lust.
Blog Radio Interview November 5, 2009 The Kim and Eddie Show You can fast forward to about 30 minutes into the show and listen to Kohl’s 45-minute conversational interview.
Kohl has been interviewed for or cited in these publications.
Also see the article in Marie Claire
JVK with former US Surgeon General Jocelyn Elders (2007)
JVK with neurobiologist Dr. Roger Gorski (1995)
JVK at IBDS 1995 (1rst row; second from left) Presentations include: James V. Kohl, Human Pheromones: Linking the Nature and the Nurture of Human Sexuality Through Reciprocity in Olfactory-Genetic-Neural-Hormonal-Behavioral Relationship
JVK at IBDS 2000 (4th row; 3rd from left) Presentations include: James V. Kohl, Human Pheromones, Neuroscience and Male Sexual Behavior
JVK at IBDS 2005 (3rd row; 4th from left) Presentations include: James V. Kohl, Human Pheromones, Neuroscience and Male Sexual Behavior
Society for Neuroscience Poster Presentation 2008
Society for the Scienfic Study of Sexuality Poster Presentation 2007 L to R Linda Kelahan, James Kohl, Heather Hoffmann