Little's home page
- Hello and welcome to
my home page.
started studying faces as an undergraduate at the University of Durham
where I examined the accuracy of personality judgements to faces. I
continued my facination with faces during an MSc at the University of
Stirling and a PhD at the University of St Andrews supervised by David Perrett where I worked on
evolutionary approaches to judgements of facial attractiveness. I
lectured for 3 years at the University of Liverpool in the school of
biological sciences where I taught biological and evolutionary
- I am currently a Royal Society University Research Fellow at the University of Stirling in Psychology
and I'm still obsessed with faces.
- My interests
lie in what information is available from faces and what information
people take from them. My work has examined mate choice, cognition,
social cognition and individual differences.
- Examples of recent work can be found here.