My recent research has focused on how 3D face shape can be quantified, visualised and manipulated to investigate how shape cues affect social perception. Within the ERC-funded project “How do humans recognise kin?”, I am working on a data-driven model of facial family resemblance to investigate how facial cues to kinship affect prosocial and sexual attitudes.
I completed my PhD in Psychology at the University of St Andrews, under the supervision of Prof. Dave Perrett. During my undergraduate and master studies in Biology, I was working in the Human Behaviour Research Group at the University of Vienna.
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