The role of facial color in social perception
Years at WID2019 - present
- B.S., Psychology, Florida State University
- M.A., Experimental Psychology, Appalachian State University
- M.S., Color Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
- Ph.D., Social-Personality Psychology, University of Rochester
I study how facial coloration (e.g., blushing, pallor) changes during social situations (e.g., emotion expression), how these changes are detected by the human visual system, and how it is used as working information to influence social evaluations.