Human interaction is heavily dependent on perception and recognition of stimuli originating from other people. Research in the HIP Lab is focused on the cognitive and neural mechanisms involved in perception of socially relevant information. We are especially interested in various aspects of face perception. Read more about the lab and our research on this site
Check out the Publications page for the latest articles by Chen et al. (Cognition and Emotion), Conty et al. (Consciousness and Cognition), Hietanen et al. (Journal of Experimental Psychology: General), Kaartinen et al. (Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders), and Lyyra et al. (Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology).