FACEDIFF project overview showing the role of each work package (WP). WP1 will test how individual differences in facial expressivity are related to individual social networks. WP2 will assess population variance in facial musculature in humans and macaques. WP3 will test how individual differences in facial expressivity (underpinned by musculature) are related to social networks in a nonhuman primate comparison. WP4 will integrate the data from the three WPs to determine the overarching relationship between anatomy, expressivity and social network formation in an evolutionary context.
Kavanagh, E., Kimock, C., Whitehouse, J., Micheletta, J., Waller, B.M. (In press) Revisiting Darwin’s comparisons between human and non-human primate facial signals. Evolutionary Human Sciences.
Whitehouse, J., Milward, S. J., Parker, M. O., Kavanagh, E., & Waller, B. M. (2022). Signal value of stress behaviour. Evolution and Human Behavior.
Waller, B. M., Kavanagh, E., Micheletta, J., Clark, P. R., & Whitehouse, J. (2022). The face is central to primate multicomponent signals. International Journal of Primatology, 1-17.
Rollings, J., Micheletta, J., Van Laar, D., & Waller, B. M. (2022). Personality traits predict social network size in older adults. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 01461672221078664.
Julle-Danière, E., Whitehouse, J., Vrij, A., Gustafsson, E., & Waller, B. M. (2020). The social function of the feeling and expression of guilt. Royal Society open science, 7(12), 200617.
Waller, B. M. (2022) Individual differences in facial expressivity: social function, anatomy and social origins BSPID 2022
Clark, P. R., Waller, B. M. & Micheletta J. (2022). Matching crested macaque facial signals to social interaction outcomes. European federation of primatology 2022.
Waller, B. M. (2022) Individual differences in facial expressivity: social function, anatomy and social origins QMUL Social interaction workshop 2022 - Invited presentaton)
Kavanagh, E., Rollings., J., Whitehouse, J. & Waller, B. M. (2022 ) The face in social interaction: an exploration of social correlates and outcomes of facial behaviour (BSPID 2022 - Oral presentation
Kavanagh, E., Whitehouse, J. & Waller, B. M. (2021) Can facial expressivity be measured by self-report (SAS 2021 - Oral presentation)
Whitehouse, J., Milward, S., Parker, M., Kavanagh, E. & Waller, B. M. (2021) Signal Value of Stress Behaviour (SAS2021 - Oral presentation)