In the Psychological Spaces Lab we study how people perceive the world. We are particularly interested in the studying how people perceive expressive faces.
To study expressions, we bring to bear an array of powerful tools from diverse disciplines: statistics, cognivitive psychology, mathematical psychology, computer animation, computer programming, and internet technology. There are opportunities to learn about each of these areas by joining our lab.
You can also learn more by browsing around our web site. We have videos, useful and fun programs and 3-dimensional characters for download, and tutorials all developed by member of our lab. We also have links to other online resources.
If you are interested in learning more, drop Prof. Spencer-Smith a line, email@example.com, or stop by his office, 425 Psychology. To apply for a Research Assistant position, visit our application page.