The Perception Lab

Perception Lab Online Experiments

Looking at Faces We invite you to participate in a study investigating the impact of appearance and context on judgements about faces. You will be presented with 2D facial images of men and women, one by one on a computer screen. The faces will be presented in slide shows and you will be asked to watch the faces closely. You will be asked to make judgments about particular faces. At the beginning of the experiment there will be questions regarding your age, gender, sexual orientation and ethnicity. You can omit answering any question you feel uncomfortable with. Overall, the study should last approximately 10-15 minutes.

Face battle for attractiveness We have modifed faces in a subtle way. Can you teel which face is more attractive? **Quick and fun study, the whole experiment should take less than 5 mintues to complete**

How nice is this? This is a link to a study conducted by University College London and is for MEN and WOMEN. You will be asked to chose the nicest faces. The whole study should take about 8 minutes to complete.

Change faces for attractiveness!This study is for MEN and WOMEN. You will be asked to change 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.

Beautify 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.

Do you trust me? Find me attractive? (PRIZE DRAW) In this fun interactive experiment, you will alter faces to make them appear most trustworthy or attractive. The study should take no more than 30 minutes, and upon completion, you will be offered entry into a cash prize draw (3 prizes of £35 or local currency equivalent). Click for details!

Sick or Healthy? Can you tell from a face if a person is ill? What about just part of their face? Test yourself in this fun 10 minute experiment **includes feedback to tell you how many you got right!**