Claire Conway (2008, PhD) Cue integration in face processing

I completed my PhD in the Face Research Lab in 2008. My research investigated how people integrate information from different facial cues, such as gaze direction, physical attractiveness and emotional expressions, when making social judgments. When I left the Face Research Lab I had published five first-authored papers and I am currently at Oxford University.

Scientific Journal Articles

    2010

  1. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM & Little AC (2010). Sexual dimorphism of male face shape, partnership status and the temporal context of relationship sought modulate women’s preferences for direct gaze. British Journal of Psychology, 101(1): 109-121. doi: 10.1348/000712609X436435 [abstract»»]
  2. 2009

  3. Smith FG, DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Krupp DB, Welling LLM & Conway CA (2009). Attractiveness qualifies the effect of observation on trusting behavior in an economic game. Evolution and Human Behavior, 30(6): 393-397. doi: 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2009.06.003 [abstract»»]
  4. Smith FG, Jones BC, Little AC, DeBruine LM, Welling LLM, Vukovic J & Conway CA (2009). Hormonal contraceptive use and perceptions of trust modulate the effect of relationship context on women's preferences for sexual dimorphism in male face shape. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 7(3): 195-210. doi: 10.1556/JEP.7.2009.3.1 [abstract»»]
  5. Welling LLM, Jones BC, Bestelmeyer PEG, DeBruine LM, Little AC & Conway CA (2009). View-contingent aftereffects suggest joint coding of face shape and view. Perception, 38: 133-141. doi: 10.1068/p5656 [abstract»»]
  6. 2008

  7. Bestelmeyer PEG, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Perrett DI, Schneider A, Welling LLM & Conway CA (2008). Sex-contingent face aftereffects depend on perceptual category rather than structural encoding. Cognition, 107(1): 353-365. doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2007.07.018 [abstract»»]
  8. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM & Little AC (2008). Evidence for adaptive design in human gaze preference. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 275(1630): 63-69. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2007.1073 [abstract»»]
  9. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Hay J, Welling LLM, Perrett DI & Feinberg DR (2008). Integrating physical and social cues when forming face preferences: Differences among low and high anxiety individuals. Social Neuroscience, 3(1): 89-95. doi: 10.1080/17470910701676145 [abstract»»]
  10. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC & Sahraie A (2008). Transient pupil constrictions to faces are sensitive to orientation and species. Journal of Vision, 8(3): 17. doi: 10.1167/8.3.17 [abstract»»]
  11. 2007

  12. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Welling LLM, Law Smith MJ, Perrett DI, Sharp M & Al-Dujaili EAS (2007). Salience of emotional displays of danger and contagion in faces is enhanced when progesterone levels are raised. Hormones and Behavior, 51(2): 202-206. doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2006.10.002 [abstract»»]
  13. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Conway CA, Welling LLM & Smith FG (2007). Sensation seeking and men's face preferences. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28(6): 439-446. doi: 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2007.07.006 [abstract»»]
  14. Welling LLM, Conway CA, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2007). Perceived vulnerability to disease predicts variation in preferences for apparent health in faces. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 5: 131-139. doi: 10.1556/JEP.2007.1012 [abstract»»]
  15. Welling LLM, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Conway CA, Law Smith MJ, Little AC, Feinberg DR, Sharp M & Al-Dujaili EAS (2007). Raised salivary testosterone in women is associated with increased attraction to masculine faces. Hormones and Behavior, 52(2): 156-161. doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2007.01.010 [abstract»»]
  16. 2006

  17. Buckingham G, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Welling LLM, Conway CA, Tiddeman BP & Jones BC (2006). Visual adaptation to masculine and feminine faces influences generalized preferences and perceptions of trustworthiness. Evolution and Human Behavior, 27(5): 381-389. doi: 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2006.03.001 [abstract»»]
  18. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Conway CA & Feinberg DR (2006). Integrating gaze direction and expression in preferences for attractive faces. Psychological Science, 17(7): 588-591. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9280.2006.01749.x [abstract»»]

Published Abstracts

    2006

  1. Conway CA, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2006). Gaze direction influences perceptions of facial expressions and face preferences. Perception, 35: 210-211.
  2. Jones BC, Bestelmeyer PEG, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Schneider A, Welling LLM & Conway CA (2006). Face aftereffects reveal interdependent processing of expressions and sex. Perception, 35: 211-212.

Conference Presentations

    2008

  1. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM & Little AC (2008). Evidence for adaptive design in human gaze preference. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Kyoto University, Japan. June 2008. [abstract»»]
  2. 2007

  3. Conway CA, Jones BC, Little AC, DeBruine LM & Sahraie A (2007). Transient pupil constrictions when viewing human and macaque faces. Scottish Vision Group in Isle of Arran. March 2007.
  4. Smith FG, DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Krupp DB, Conway CA & Welling LLM (2007). Own attractiveness affects strategies in an economic game. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Williamsburg, VA, USA. May 2007. [abstract»»]
  5. Welling LLM, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Conway CA, Law Smith MJ, Little AC, Feinberg DR, Sharp M & Al-Dujaili EAS (2007). Raised salivary testosterone in women is associated with increased attraction to masculine faces. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Williamsburg, VA, USA. May 2007. [abstract»»]
  6. 2006

  7. Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Welling LLM, Law Smith MJ, Perrett DI, Sharp M & Al-Dujaili EAS (2006). Salience of emotional displays of danger and contagion in faces is enhanced when progesterone levels are raised. BPS Scottish Branch Conference in Perth, UK. November 2006.
  8. DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Perrett DI, Welling LLM, Conway CA & Little AC (2006). Preferences for self-resembling faces. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Philadelphia, PA USA. June 2006. [abstract»»]
  9. Jones BC, Bestelmeyer PEG, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Conway CA, Welling LLM, Feinberg DR & Schneider A (2006). Integrating physical and social signals when forming face preferences. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Philadelphia, PA USA. June 2006. [abstract»»]
  10. Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Bestelmeyer PEG, Little AC, Welling LLM & Conway CA (2006). Sex-contingent face aftereffects depend on perceptual category rather than structural encoding. Scottish Perception Group in University of Stirling, Stirling, UK. December 2006.

Posters

    2008

  1. Smith FG, Jones BC, Little AC, DeBruine LM, Welling LLM, Vukovic J & Conway CA (2008). Individual differences in the effect of relationship context on women's preferences for sexual dimorphism in male face shape. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Kyoto University, Japan. June 2008. [abstract»»]
  2. 2007

  3. (141 kB) Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Welling LLM, Law Smith MJ, Perrett DI, Sharp M & Al-Dujaili EAS (2007). Salience of emotional displays of danger and contagion in faces is enhanced when progesterone levels are raised. European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association in London School of Economics, UK. March 2007. [abstract»»]
  4. (312 kB) Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Welling LLM, Law Smith MJ, Perrett DI, Sharp M & Al-Dujaili EAS (2007). Salience of emotional displays of danger and contagion in faces is enhanced when progesterone levels are raised. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Williamsburg, VA, USA. May 2007. [abstract»»]
  5. (291 kB) Smith FG, DeBruine LM, Krupp DB, Conway CA & Welling LLM (2007). Own attractiveness affects strategies in an economic game. European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association in London School of Economics, UK. March 2007. [abstract»»]
  6. (502 kB) Welling LLM, Conway CA, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2007). Perceived vulnerability to disease is positively related to the strength of preferences for apparent health in faces. European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association in London School of Economics, UK. March 2007.
  7. 2006

  8. (801 kB) Buckingham G, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Welling LLM, Conway CA, Tiddeman BP & Jones BC (2006). Visual adaptation to masculine and feminine faces influences generalized preferences and perceptions of trustworthiness. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Philadelphia, PA USA. June 2006. [abstract»»]
  9. (549 kB) Conway CA, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2006). Gaze direction influences perceptions of facial expressions and face preferences. European Conference on Visual Perception in St Petersburg, Russia. August 2006. [abstract»»]
  10. (599 kB) Conway CA, Jones BC, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Hay J, Perrett DI & Feinberg DR (2006). Integrating physical and social cues when forming face preferences: Differences among low and high anxiety individuals. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Philadelphia, PA USA. June 2006. [abstract»»]
  11. (751 kB) Jones BC, Bestelmeyer PEG, DeBruine LM, Little AC, Schneider A, Welling LLM & Conway CA (2006). Face aftereffects reveal interdependent processing of expressions and sex. European Conference on Visual Perception in St Petersburg, Russia. August 2006. [abstract»»]
  12. (461 kB) Smith FG, DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Krupp DB, Conway CA & Welling LLM (2006). Own attractiveness affects strategies in an economic game. BPS Scottish Branch Conference in Perth, UK. November 2006. [abstract»»]
  13. (609 kB) Welling LLM, Conway CA, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2006). Perceived vulnerability to disease is positively related to the strength of preferences for apparent health in faces. Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Philadelphia, PA USA. June 2006. [abstract»»]
  14. 2005

  15. (285 kB) Conway CA, Bull R & Phillips L (2005). Theory of Mind and Executive Functioning: Dual Task Studies. American Psychological Association Convention in Washington, DC, USA. August 2005.

Invited Talks

    2007

  1. DeBruine LM, Jones BC, Little AC, Bestelmeyer PEG, Smith FG, Conway CA & Drane E (2007). Computer-graphic methods for investigating face perception and preferences. University of Dundee School of Computer Science in Dundee, UK. March 2007. [abstract»»]

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