The aim of the study is to Characterise the relative contribution of Identity, Memory and Emotion in Super-recognisers (a small subset of the population who perform exceptionally well at recognising faces) and others.

We are very grateful to all of the participants who took part in the study and are working on the results analysis now. Once we have completed the analysis we will share the outcome on this website.

If you took part in the study and would like to receive a copy of your individual results, please email cr71@hw.ac.uk and include only text in the subject field. Please follow the instructions below to the letter as it's an automated system and requires precise information for retrieval of results.

If you participated through the University of Greenwich: please input your ID within the subject field of the email and send to cr71@hw.ac.uk. (No further information is required other than your ID in the subject field).

If you participated by another means: please input your unique 10-digit ID within the subject field of the email and send to cr71@hw.ac.uk. (No further information is required other than your ID in the subject field).

The automated system will reply with your results via email.

As the results are run by an automated system, please do not input any other text/information in the subject field other than your ID as the automated results system will not work.

Please allow 24 hours for results to return.

If your results are not received after 24 hours, please check the following:
- Your ID is correct, with no spaces present
- Nothing else is in the ‘subject’ field other than ID (results cannot be returned if anything other than your ID is in the subject as the system is automated)
- You have sent the email to cr71@hw.ac.uk

If you participated in the study, but subsequently withdrew, there will not be any results as your results have been deleted on your request.





PI: Dr. Louise Delicato: L.Delicato@hw.ac.uk
CO-I: Prof. Josh Davies

Claire Rogers works as a research assistant on the project and was funded by the British Psychological Society as an Undergraduate Research Assistant on the project from June - August 2021


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