Perceiving the emotions of Pokémon

Ben J. Jennings1 1 Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, Brunel University London, London, U.K. E-mail: ben.jennings (at) brunel.ac (dot) uk Download PDF The ability to reliably perceive the emotions of other people is vital for normal social functioning, and the human face is perhaps the strongest non-verbal cue that can be utilized when judging the emotionalContinue reading “Perceiving the emotions of Pokémon”

Why (and how) Superman hides behind glasses: the difficulties of face matching

Kay L. Ritchie1,2 & Robin S. S. Kramer1 1 Department of Psychology, University of York, York, UK. 2 School of Psychology, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK. Emails: kritchie (at) lincoln (dot) ac (dot) uk; remarknibor (at) gmail (dot) com Download PDF As a mild-mannered reporter, Clark Kent is able to blend into human society without drawing much attentionContinue reading “Why (and how) Superman hides behind glasses: the difficulties of face matching”