Perception Lab Online Experiments

Sleepy Faces Quick and Simple study! This experiment examines perceptions of smiling and eye-openness in the same person. The whole study should take about 5 minutes to complete.

Rate faces! - I am testing a model of face perception, you will be asked to rate faces on a single characteristic. Thank you for helping.

Rate Models for Smiles and Eyes This experiment examines perceptions of smiling and eye-openness in adults. The whole study should take about 15 minutes to complete

In Good Shape and Colour [for MEN]You’ll be asked to rate women’s attractiveness as well as optimize their appearance using an interactive slider. The first part of this study will take about 10 mins to complete; you can choose to also complete the second part, which should take no longer than 5 mins. Optimized for viewing in Mozilla Firefox; not compatible with mobile devices.

In Good Shape and Colour [for WOMEN]You’ll be asked to rate men’s attractiveness as well as optimize their appearance using an interactive slider. The first part of this study will take about 10 mins to complete; you can choose to also complete the second part, which should take no longer than 5 mins. Optimized for viewing in Mozilla Firefox; not compatible with mobile devices.

Make Me Attractive: This experiment is for MEN. You will be asked to alter female faces to make them appear most attractive. Participants will also be asked to complete a questionnaire about their history and personal opinions. This whole experiment should take about 10 minutes to complete.

Spot the leader II [English version] - - - - ?????In this experiment, you will see paired faces of Caucasian college students. Act on your gut feeling and make fast decisions. Can you tell which one is a better group leader? The experiment should be completed within a few minutes. ?????????????????????????????40?????????????????????????????????????????????

Guess My Strength! Is it possible to judge actual strength accurately from 3D faces? Help us find out by rating people’s strength based on their facial appearance! Follow the link and decide whether you would like to view a set of 52 men or 70 women’s faces (or both!) - each set will take about 10-15 mins to complete!

Sexify me!: This experiment is for ALL MEN AND WOMEN. You will be asked personality questions and will then need to alter faces to make them appear most attractive. This whole experiment should take about 5 minutes to complete.

What do you think?In this experiment you will be presented with two faces, you will decide which one has stronger achievement striving or is physically stronger or looks healthier.

How attractive are they? - - - - ?????In this experiment, you will see paired faces of East Asian college students. Act on your gut feeling and make fast decisions. Which one is more attractive? The experiment should be completed within a few minutes.

Change faces for attractiveness!This study is for MEN and WOMEN. You will be asked to chnage a face until you think it is at its most attractive and will be asked a couple of questions. The whole study should take about 5 minutes to complete.

Leadership Quest! [Exciting new interface!] In this experiment, you will see three blocks of faces. Sort them into different leader types using our new drag and drop interface. Act on your gut feeling and make fast decisions.

Hire me! In this experiment you will be presented with faces and asked how likely you would be to hire that person. Takes about 10 minutes.

Kids Smiles and Eyes This experiment examines perceptions of smiling and eye-openness in children. The whole study should take about 15 minutes to complete.

Make Me Attractive: This experiment is for WOMEN. You will be asked to alter male faces to make them appear most attractive. Participants will also be asked to complete a questionnaire about their history and personal opinions. This whole experiment should take about 10 minutes to complete.

Facing real people In this experiment you will see a set of real world faces that you have to rate for a number of traits. The experiment takes 6-8 minutes to complete.