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Women may remember faces better than men in part because they spend more time studying features without even knowing it, according to a new study published in Psychological Science. ... More>
We are very sensitive when it comes to processing faces. Subtle differences in physical properties of a face, such as configuration of facial parts, facial features, emotional expressions, skin shade, etc., […] More>
How do we recognize a face? To date, most research has answered “holistically”: We look at all the features—eyes, nose, mouth—simultaneously and, perceiving the relationships among them, gain an advantage […] More>
University of Aberdeen, UK http://facelab.org What does your research focus on? Interpreting a wide range of signals from the face is at the center of social interaction. My original focus […]... More>