Face Training

by the Human Vision and Eye-Movement (HVEM) laboratory, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
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Pre-tests

Below are the links you will need to take part in the study. Please do not complete a section until you have been asked to by the experimenters. You should have already received the information but below is a refresher. If you are unsure which tests you should be doing, or have any difficulties with the files, please email us at (training@hvemlab.org) and we will contact you shortly.


Cambridge Face Perception Test (CFPT)

The CFPT is a ~15min test that measures your face perception skills. This test is only available to those taking part in studies in our lab. To obtain this file, please email us. Once you have the file, follow the instructions below.

1. Download the file and save it to your desktop.
2. Ensure you have Java installed. It takes about 1min to download and install from here: http://www.java.com/en (watch out for that cheeky moment where they ask you to install a browser bar!)
3. Go back to your desktop and double click on the CFPT.jar file. It should prompt you for your name and then where to save the output – make sure to save it to your desktop so you can find the file later.
4. When you have finished, go to the ‘results’ folder on your desktop and email us back the text file.

You may be asked to complete this test a few times. Please ask the experimenter if you are unsure.


Cambridge Memory Test for Face (CMTF)

The CMTF is a ~15min test that measures your face memory skills. This test is only available to those taking part in studies in our lab. To obtain this file, please email us. Once you have the file, follow the instructions above on how to run the file and what to do afterwards.


Warrington - Faces

The Warrington (WFMT) is a ~10min test. Clicking on the link above will take you to the test. When you have completed the test, you will be given a score. Please email the final score to the experimenter.


Warrington - Words

The Warrington (WWMT) is a ~10min test. Clicking on the link above will take you to the test. When you have completed the test, you will be given a score. Please email the final score to the experimenter.


Psychosocial consequences of prosopagnosia

A series of questionnaires aimed at investigating how prosopagnosia effects your day-to-day life.