About me
I am a lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Plymouth and a postdoctoral fellow of the British Academy. My research is focused on person perception and recognition from faces and voices and I am particularly interested in sampling natural variability and representing our everyday experiences of these processes. My most recent line of research aims to explore how we form multimodal first impressions when meeting someone for the first time and how the information from different types of cues, such as someone’s face, voice and even their first name is integrated together when we make such judgements.
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