KINRES The contribution of Texture and Shape Information to Kinship Judgments in 3D faces

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Description: Looking at the contribution of shape and texture to kinship judgments

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Previous research has established that humans are able to detect their own kin and kinship among others at levels above chance. This study will investigate what facial information is used for kinship recognition, specifically the contribution of face shape and texture to kinship judgments. Participants will be asked to judge the relatedness of 3D images of child sibling pairs and unrelated child p...

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