[Face-research-list] MSc Face Perception
p.j.b.hancock at stir.ac.uk
Thu May 24 10:01:29 BST 2012
Please draw the attention of any potentially interested students to our Masters program at Stirling: Research Methods in Psychology of Faces. This is a one year MSc that will cover most aspects of the psychology of faces, from low level visual processing to expression and gaze perception, social cognition, facial composite systems, face recognition and matching. It is particularly aimed at developing the skills required for research in face perception; students will be taught how to do morphing in 2D and 3D, how to use an eyetracker, how to program in Eprime, above all how to produce sufficiently controlled stimuli and design experiments. The course also covers more general aspects of psychology research: advanced statistics, research methods and key skills, together with a placement in a research laboratory.
Deputy Head of Psychology,
School of Natural Sciences
University of Stirling
FK9 4LA, UK
phone 01786 467675
fax 01786 467641
The Sunday Times Scottish University of the Year 2009/2010
The University of Stirling is a charity registered in Scotland,
number SC 011159.
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