Jemma Collova


  • The University of Western Australia (M304), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Within milliseconds of seeing a face, people form impressions of traits such as trustworthiness, intelligence and competence. My research is focused on understanding how and why people form these facial first impressions. In particular, I am interested in how adults form impressions of children's faces, the functional facial cues that signal these impressions, whether there is any accuracy in impressions, and the development of children's impressions. I have used data-driven approaches and face transforming techniques to build models of these facial impressions. 

Research expertise keywords

  • Face perception
  • Person perception
  • Development


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    Jemma Collova (Consultant)

    Oct 2018Mar 2019

    Activity: Industry and government engagement/consultancyAppointment or secondment to industry

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