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Harriet M.J

Smith

United Kingdom

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Thesis Title: Integrated processes in person perception: Matching novel faces and voices

I am a PhD student in the School of Social Sciences undertaking a thesis entitled Integrated processes in person perception: Matching novel faces and voices. My research will investigate the extent to which people look like they sound, and sound like they look. I am testing whether people make similar judgements about others regardless of whether they see their face or hear their voice, and whether it is possible to match novel faces to voices using yes / no and two-alternative-forced-choice tasks. My thesis will consider the implications of findings for models of person perception.

Director of Studies

Dr Andrew Dunn

Research Groups / Centres and Projects Psychology Perception and Cognition

Publications

Conference papers
Smith, H. M. J., Dunn, A., Baguley, T. & Stacey, P. C. (September, 2014). Integrated processes in person perception: Matching novel faces and voices. Paper presented at 31st Cognitive Psychology Section Conference, Nottingham Trent University

Smith, H. M. J., Dunn, A., Baguley, T. & Stacey, P. C. (June, 2014). Concordant cues in unfamiliar person perception: Matching faces and voices. Paper presented at Annual PsyPAG Conference, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff

Flowe, H. D., & Smith, H. M. J. (June, 2013). Configural and holistic processing in simultaneous and sequential lineups. Paper presented at Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Articles Smith, H.M.J. (in press). Review: The BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference 2014. The PsyPAG Quarterly, 93

Smith, H.M.J., & Baguley, T. (2014). Unfamiliar voice identification: Effect of post-event information on accuracy and voice ratings. Journal of European Psychology Students, 5(1), 59-68. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/ 10.5334/jeps.bs

Smith, H.M.J. (2013). Unfamiliar voice identification as forensic evidence: Can you believe your ears? The PsyPAG Quarterly, 89, 50-52.

Book chapters
Ryder, H. L., Smith, H. M. J., & Flowe, H. D. (In press). Factors affecting eyewitness identification. To appear in T. Valentine and J. P. Davis (Eds.), Forensic facial identification: Theory and practice of identification from eyewitnesses, composites and CCTV. London: Wiley-Blackwell.

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