The Face Research Lab is run by Ben Jones and Lisa DeBruine and is based in the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Glasgow.

Our research on face perception has been funded by the ERC (Europe), ESRC (UK), Wellcome Trust (UK), National Science Foundation (USA), Nuffield Foundation (UK), and NSERC (Canada).

Visit FaceResearch.org, our online psychology testing website where the Face Research Lab is running a number of short, interesting online psychology experiments about face and voice preferences. It was recently listed by the New York Times as one of the Best Online Psychology Tests. You can also learn about the technology we use for face research.

Special issue Face perception: social, neuropsychological and comparative perspectives, the special issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B guest edited by Anthony Little, Benedict Jones and Lisa DeBruine, is now available online.

Recent News:

  • 01 July 2015 » We are presenting our work at the Royal Society of London's Summer Science Exhibition this week. Follow the exhibit on twitter @facefacts2015.
  • 30 June 2015 » Our exhibit, Face Facts will be featured in the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition, which runs 30 June to 5 July in London.
  • 17 June 2015 » Ben Jones, Amanda Hahn and Claire Fisher will present work at an international workshop titled "Adapted Mind, Adapted Body: The Evolution of Human Behavior and its Neuroendocrine Regulation" in Sicily.
  • 10 June 2015 » The lab will be teaching a course on Creating academic and research websites at the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Summer School in Edinburgh.
  • 03 June 2015 » Ben has been invited to join the editorial board of Springer's new journal Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology.
  • 03 June 2015 » Amanda gave an invited talk, entitled “Hormone-mediated responses to faces” at the City University of New York (CUNY) Brooklyn campus.
  • 02 June 2015 » Amanda Hahn has a new paper in collaboration with researchers at Western Washington University on the effects of attractiveness on ERP responses to adult and infant faces in press at Social Neuroscience.
  • 27 May 2015 » The lab presented 3 talks, 2 posters, and Lisa gave a plenary talk about kinship at the annual meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Columbia, Missouri.
  • 17 May 2015 » Amanda Hahn and Michal Kandrik presented work at the biannual summer institute for the International Society of Human Ethology in Athens, Greece.
  • 02 April 2015 » Lisa has been awarded a prestigious five-year European Research Council grant worth two million Euros to study the effects of kinship cues on human behavior.
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