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.

Computer graphic methods for objectively quantifying and manipulating faces have led to a number of advancements in our understanding of human face perception and preferences. I will discuss the methods of morphing and transforming and how they were used in several experiments from our lab. These experiments cover diverse topics such as the effect of visual experience on face perception, preferences for self-resembling faces, the integration of information from multiple face cues, and sex differences in emotional expressions.

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