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  • Adaptation to facial trustworthiness is different in female and male observers 

    Wincenciak, Joanna; Dzhelyova, Milena; Perrett, David I.; Barraclough, Nick E. (2013-07-19) - Journal article
    Face adaptation paradigms have been used extensively to investigate the mechanisms underlying the processing of several different facial characteristics including face shape, identity, view and emotional expression. ...
  • A common neural system mediating two different forms of social judgement 

    Hall, J.; Whalley, H. C.; McKirdy, J. W.; Sprengelmeyer, R.; Santos, I. M.; Donaldson, D. I.; McGonigle, D. J.; Young, A. W.; McIntosh, A. M.; Johnstone, E. C.; Lawrie, S. M. (2010-07) - Journal article
    Background. A wide range of neuropsychiatric conditions, including schizophrenia and autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), are associated with impairments in social function. Previous studies have shown that individuals with ...
  • Influence of perceived height, masculinity, and age on each other and on perceptions of dominance in male faces 

    Batres, Carlota; Re, Daniel E.; Perrett, David Ian (2015-11) - Journal article
    Several studies have examined the individual effects of facial cues to height, masculinity, and age on interpersonal interactions and partner preferences. We know much less about the influence of these traits on each other. ...
  • Prototyping and transforming facial textures for perception research 

    Tiddeman, Bernard Paul; Perrett, David Ian; Burt, D.M. (2001-09) - Journal article
    Transforming facial images along perceived dimensions (such as age, gender, race, or health) has application in areas as diverse as psychology, medicine, and forensics. We can use prototype images to define the salient ...
  • Sexual selection and trust games 

    Stirrat, Michael (University of St Andrews, 2010-06-23) - Thesis
    In economic games the facial attributes of counterparts bias decisions to trust and decisions to enter play. We report research supporting hypotheses that trust and reciprocation decisions in trust games are biased by ...
  • Skin colour, pigmentation and the perceived health of human faces 

    Stephen, Ian David (University of St Andrews, 2009-11-11) - Thesis
    Many non-human animal species use colour to signal dominance, condition or reproductive status. These signals have not previously been noted in humans. This thesis investigates the effects of skin colouration and pigmentation ...
  • Social attention in the two species of Pan: : bonobos make more eye contact than chimpanzees 

    Kano, Fumihiro; Hirata, Satoshi; Call, Josep (2015-06-15) - Journal article
    Humans' two closest primate living relatives, bonobos and chimpanzees, differ behaviorally, cognitively, and emotionally in several ways despite their general similarities. While bonobos show more affiliative behaviors ...