|Nadia Ayal||The influence of gaze cues on the observer’s visual attention.|
Individual differences in unfamiliar face recognition. Forensic and national security applications; super-recognisers.
|David Donaldson||Human memory and ERPs; familiarity and recollection effects for faces.|
|Peter Hancock||Representations for face recognition, modelling human performance. Forensic applications; face matching and facial composite systems.|
|Stephen Langton||Capture and direction of attention by faces.|
|Kristen Knowles||Cooperation, competition, and pro-sociality in voices and faces.|
|Viktoria Mileva||The expression and perception of dominance.|
|Ailsa Millen||Detecting lies about person recognition.|
|Craig Roberts||Human mate choice; determinants of attractiveness.|
|Pejman Safaie||Perception of face attractiveness and body image in non-surgical cosmetic procedures.|
|Sarah-Jane Vick||Analysis of expressions, especially in non-human primates.|
|Roger Watt||Understanding low level human vision; interpreting the information content of faces.|
We have a dedicated face research lab, with testing cubicles, a Tobii eyetracker, a 3D camera system and a meeting room. Other facilities include the Psychological Imaging Laboratory and the Playgroup.