The Face Research Lab
(mouse over the faces)
Average Lab Member
- Corey Fincher (ESRC) » Mate preference versus choice
- Amanda Hahn (ERC) » Do oral contraceptives alter women's mate preferences?
- Claire Fisher (ERC) » Do oral contraceptives alter women's mate preferences?
Current Postgraduate Students
- Michal Kandrik (MSc) » Comparing men's and women's perceptions of own-sex and opposite-sex faces
- Christopher Watkins (2012, PhD) » Individual differences in dominance perceptions
- Rowan Tinlin (2012, MRes, with Distinction) » What health cues are visible in faces?
- Natalie Zimmerman (2012, MRes) » Proximate mechanisms for sibling recognition
- Michelle Quist (2011, MRes, with Distinction) » Facial masculinity is a cue to women's dominance
- Finlay Smith (2011, PhD) » Trust and attractiveness: An investigation into individual differences
- Jovana Vukovic (2010, PhD) » Individual differences in voice perception
- Paul Fraccaro (2010, MRes, with Distinction) » Vocal responses to social cues
- Julie Main (2009, MRes, with Distinction) » Social gaze and person perception
- Lisa Welling (2008, PhD) » Individual differences in face preferences
- Claire Conway (2008, PhD) » Cue integration in face processing
- Emad Al-Dujaili (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh) » Hormones and social behaviour
- Patricia Bestelmeyer (Bangor University) » Visual and auditory adaptation
- David Feinberg (McMaster University) » Vocal characteristics and social perception
- Danny Krupp (Queen's University, Canada) » Economic games and kin recognition
- Debra Lieberman (University of Miami) » Disgust and kin recognition
- Tony Little (University of Stirling) » Individual differences in face preferences
- David Perrett (University of St Andrews) » Individual differences in face preferences
- Craig Roberts (University of Stirling) » MHC and facial appearance
- Bernie Tiddeman (Aberystwyth University) » Computer-graphic methods of manipulating faces
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