Welcome to the Face Research Swansea (FaReS) website!

Click on the links above to find out more about who we are, what we do, how to get involved, and to see our publications.

Latest news

  • FaReS attended the Experimental Psychology Society conference in Bournemouth.
  • John presented his work at a special symposium on face processing at the British Neuropsychological Society Spring meeting in London.
  • Our very own, John Towler featured on BBC Breakfast, on live TV, discussing the research we are doing here at Swansea into face blindness.
  • Jodie Davies-Thompson featured on BBC Good Morning Wales, on live radio, discussing our face training programme.
  • Our research has featured on an article for the BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-47304678
  • Jodie presented her work on rehabiliation of prosopagnosia, at the EPS conference in Manchester.
  • Lastest paper from Jodie Davies-Thompson accepted for publication in Cerebral Cortex, on how the brain integrates information from faces and voices.
  • Welcome to our newest member, Jeanne Childs! Jeanne will be doing her PhD with Jeremy and Alex, on evolution and face perception.
  • The new Face Research Swansea (FaReS) website is now live! The members continue to debate whether it should be pronounced 'far-res' or 'fairs'. Opinions are divided.