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    • Emotion-color associations in the context of the face 

      Thorstenson, Christopher A.; Elliot, Andrew J.; Pazda, Adam D.; Perrett, David Ian; Xiao, Dengke (2018-10) - Journal article
      Facial expressions of emotion contain important information that is perceived and used by observers to understand others’ emotional state. While there has been considerable research into perceptions of facial musculature ...
    • Implied motion activation in cortical area MT can be explained by visual low-level features 

      Lorteije, Jeannette A. M.; Barraclough, Nick E.; Jellema, Tjeerd; Raemaekers, Mathijs; Duijnhouwer, Jacob; Xiao, Dengke; Oram, Mike W.; Lankheet, Martin J. M.; Perrett, David I.; van Wezel, Richard J. A. (2011-06) - Journal article
      To investigate form-related activity inmotion-sensitive cortical areas, we recorded cell responses to animate implied motion in macaque middle temporal (MT) and medial superior temporal (MST) cortex and investigated these ...
    • Looking like a leader : facial shape predicts perceived height and leadership ability 

      Re, Daniel Edward; Hunter, David William; Coetzee, Vinet; Tiddeman, Bernard P.; Xiao, Dengke; DeBruine, Lisa M.; Jones, Benedict C.; Perrett, David Ian (2013-12-04) - Journal article
      Judgments of leadership ability from face images predict the outcomes of actual political elections and are correlated with leadership success in the corporate world. The specific facial cues that people use to judge ...
    • Own attractiveness and perceived relationship quality shape sensitivity in women’s memory for other men on the attractiveness dimension 

      Watkins, Christopher D.; Nicholls, Mike J.; Batres, Carlota; Xiao, Dengke; Talamas, Sean; Perrett, David I. (2017-06) - Journal article
      Although recent work suggests that opposite-sex facial attractiveness is less salient in memory when individuals are in a committed romantic relationship, romantic relationship quality can vary over time. In light of this, ...
    • Oxygenated-blood colour change thresholds for perceived facial redness, health, and attractiveness 

      Re, Daniel E.; Whitehead, Ross D.; Xiao, Dengke; Perrett, David I. (2011-03-23) - Journal article
      Blood oxygenation level is associated with cardiovascular fitness, and raising oxygenated blood colouration in human faces increases perceived health. The current study used a two-alternative forced choice (2AFC) psychophysics ...
    • Visual adaptation to goal-directed hand actions 

      Barraclough, Nicholas Edward; Keith, R H; Xiao, Dengke; Oram, Michael William; Perrett, David Ian (2009-09) - Journal article
      Prolonged exposure to visual stimuli, or adaptation, often results in an adaptation “aftereffect” which can profoundly distort our perception of subsequent visual stimuli. This technique has been commonly used to investigate ...
    • You are what you eat : Within-subject increases in fruit and vegetable consumption confer beneficial skin-color changes 

      Whitehead, Ross David; Re, Daniel; Xiao, Dengke; Ozakinci, Gozde; Perrett, David Ian (2012-03-07) - Journal article
      Background: Fruit and vegetable consumption and ingestion of carotenoids have been found to be associated with human skin-color (yellowness) in a recent cross-sectional study. This carotenoid-based coloration contributes ...