CV - Richard Russell

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Richard Russell October 2017 Department of Psychology Gettysburg College 300 North Washington Street Gettysburg, PA 17325

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS Gettysburg College

University of St Andrews

EDUCATION & TRAINING Harvard University

tel: 717-337-6175 fax: 717-337-6172 email: [email protected] http://public.gettysburg.edu/~rrussell

Associate Professor Assistant Professor

2015 – present 2009 – 2015

Visiting Academic

2013 – 2014

Postdoctoral Fellow

2005 – 2009

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D. Cognitive Science 2000 – 2005 University of Southern California

Visiting Scholar

summer 2003

Cambridge University

Research Assistant

1998 – 2000

Pomona College

B.A.

1998

Neuroscience

GRANTS CEntre de Recherches et d’ Investigations Épidermiques et Sensorielles (CE.R.I.E.S) Facial contrast, skin homogeneity, and wrinkles CEntre de Recherches et d’ Investigations Épidermiques et Sensorielles (CE.R.I.E.S) Facial contrast and health perception CEntre de Recherches et d’ Investigations Épidermiques et Sensorielles (CE.R.I.E.S) Facial contrast and age perception National Institutes of Health Kirchstein-NRSA Post-Doctoral Fellowship Fractionating visual face perception

2015 - 2018 2011 - 2015 2010 - 2011 2006 - 2009

PUBLICATIONS Batres, C., Russell, R., Campbell, L., Simpson, J., Milroy, A., & Cronk, L. (In press) Makeup is a false signal of sociosexuality. Personality and Individual Differences Jones, A.L., Porcheron, A., & Russell, R. (In press) Makeup changes the apparent size of facial features. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts Jones, A.L., Batres, C., Porcheron, A., Sweda, J., Morizot, F., & Russell, R. (In press) Positive facial affect looks healthy. Visual Cognition page 1 of 9

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Russell, R., Kramer, S.S., & Jones, A.L. (In press) Facial contrast declines with age but remains sexually dimorphic throughout adulthood. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology Russell, R. (2017) The Illusion of Sex. In Shapiro, A.G. & Todorovic, D. (Eds.) The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions. Oxford: Oxford University Press Porcheron, A., Mauger, E., Soppelsa, F., Liu, Y., Ge, L., Pascalis, O., Russell, R., & Morizot, F. (2017) Facial contrast is a cross-cultural cue for perceiving age. Frontiers in Psychology 8:1208 Mileva, V.R., Jones, A., Russell, R., & Little, A. (2016) Sex differences in the perceived dominance and prestige of women with and without cosmetics. Perception 45: 1166-1183 Russell, R., Porcheron, A., Sweda, J., Jones, A.L., Mauger, E., & Morizot, F. (2016) Facial contrast is a cue for perceiving health from the face. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42(9): 1354-1362 Jones, A.L., Porcheron, A., Sweda, J., Morizot, F., & Russell, R. (2016) Coloration in different areas of facial skin is a cue to health: The role of cheek redness and periorbital luminance in health perception. Body Image 17: 57-66 Germine, L., Russell, R., Bronstad, P.M., Blokland, G.A.M., Smoller, J.W., Kwok, H., Anthony, S.E., Nakayama, K., Rhodes, G., Wilmer, J.B. (2015) Individual aesthetic preferences for faces are shaped mostly by environments not genes. Current Biology 25(20): 2684-2689 Jones, A.L., Russell, R., & Ward, R. (2015) Cosmetics alter biologically based factors of beauty: Evidence from sex differences in facial contrast. Evolutionary Psychology 13(1): 210-229 Russell, R., Sweda, J., Porcheron, A., & Mauger, E. (2014) Sclera color changes with age and is a cue for the perception of age, health, and beauty. Psychology and Aging 29(3): 626-635 Porcheron, A., Mauger, E., & Russell, R. (2013) Aspects of facial contrast decrease with age and are cues for age perception. PLOS ONE 8(3): e57985 Russell, R., Chatterjee, G., & Nakayama, K. (2012) Developmental prosopagnosia and super-recognition: no special role for surface reflectance processing. Neuropsychologia 50: 334-340 Russell, R. (2012) Cosmetics Use: Psychological Perspectives. In Cash, T. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Body Image and Human Appearance. San Diego: Academic Press. pp. 366-371 Sinha, P. & Russell, R. (2011) A perceptually based comparison of image-similarity metrics. Perception, 40(11): 1269-1281 Russell, R. (2010) Why cosmetics work. In Adams, R., Ambady, N., Nakayama, K., & Shimojo S. (Eds.) The Science of Social Vision. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 186-203 Chen, H., Russell, R., Nakayama, K., & Livingstone, M. Crossing the “Uncanny Valley”: adaptation to cartoon faces can influence perception of human faces (2010) Perception, 39: 378-386 Russell, R. A sex difference in facial contrast and its exaggeration by cosmetics. (2009) Perception, 38: 1211-1219

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Russell, R., Duchaine, B., & Nakayama, K. Super-recognizers: People with extraordinary face recognition ability. (2009) Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 16(2): 252-257 Bronstad, P.M., Langlois, J.H., & Russell, R. (2008) Computational models of facial attractiveness judgments. Perception. 37: 126-142 Bronstad, P.M. & Russell, R. (2007) Beauty is in the “we” of the beholder: Greater agreement on facial attractiveness among close relations. Perception. 36: 16741681 Russell, R., Biederman, I., Nederhouser, M., & Sinha, P. (2007) The utility of surface reflectance for the recognition of upright and inverted faces. Vision Research, 47: 157-165 Russell, R. & Sinha, P. (2007) Real world face recognition: The importance of surface reflectance properties. Perception. 36: 1368-1374 Sinha, P., Balas, B.J., Ostrovsky, Y., & Russell, R. (2006) Face recognition by humans: 19 results all computer vision scientists should know about. Proceedings of the IEEE. Vol. 94, No. 11, 1948-1962. Russell, R., Sinha, P., Biederman, I., & Nederhouser, M. (2006) Is pigmentation important for face recognition? Evidence from contrast negation. Perception. 35: 749-759 Sinha, P., Balas, B.J., Ostrovsky, Y., & Russell, R. (2006) Face recognition by humans. In Chellappa, R. & Zhao, W. (Eds.) Face Processing: Advanced Modeling and Methods London: Academic Press. pp. 257-91 Russell, R. (2003) Sex, beauty, and the relative luminance of facial features. Perception. 32: 1093-1107 Devlin, J. T., Russell, R. P., Davis, M. H., Price, C. J., Moss, H. E., Fadili, J., & Tyler, L. K. (2002) Is there an anatomical basis for category specificity? Semantic memory studies in PET and fMRI. Neuropsychologia 40(1): 54-75 Tyler L.K., Russell R., Fadili J., & Moss H.E. (2001) The neural representation of nouns and verbs: PET studies. Brain. 2001 124(8):1619-34. Devlin, J.T., Russell, R.P., Davis, M.H., Price, C.J., Moss, H.E., Matthews, P.M., & Tyler, L.K. (2000) Susceptibility-induced loss of signal: Comparing PET and fMRI on a semantic task Neuroimage 11 (6): 589-600 Devlin, J.T., Davis, M.H., McLelland, S.A., & Russell, R.P. (2000) Efficiency, information theory, and neural representations. Behavioural and Brain Sciences 23(4): 475

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Russell, R., Batres, C., Jones, A.L., & Porcheron, A. Skin appearance is affected by local contrast. Poster presented to Optical Society of America, Fall Vision Meeting. Washington, DC. October 2017 Bayet, L., Damon, F., Méary, D., Porcheron, A., Russell, R., Pascalis, O. Sensitivity to contrast-enhanced facial features in 3- to 6- month old human infants. Poster presented to the Society for Research in Child Development. Austin, Texas. April 2017

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Russell, R., Batres, C., Courrèges, S., Kaminski, G., Soppelsa, F., Morizot, F., & Porcheron, A. Makeup makes women look thirty. Poster presented to the Nonverbal preconference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. San Antonio, Texas. January 2017 Russell, R., Jones, A.L., & Porcheron, A. Facial contrast affects the perception of skin homogeneity and wrinkles. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, Florida. May 2016 Cohan, S., Russell, R., Wilmer, J., Nakayama, K., & Duchaine, B. Broadly Superior: Many, but not all, visual and non-visual abilities are strong in face superrecognizers. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, Florida. May 2016 Jones, A.L., Porcheron, A., Sweda, J.R., Morizot, F., & Russell, R. Coloration in different areas of facial skin is a cue to health: The role of cheek redness and periorbital luminance in health perception. Poster presented to the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association. London, UK. April 2016 Russell, R., Porcheron, A., Sweda, J.R., Mauger, E., & Morizot, F. Facial contrast is a cue for health perception. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, Florida. May 2015 Porcheron, A., Mauger, E., Soppelsa, F., Russell, R., & Morizot, F. Facial contrast is a universal cue for perceiving age. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, Florida. May 2015 Porcheron, A., Mauger, E., Sweda, J., Pascalis, O., Russell, R., Morizot, F. Facial contrast varies between ethnic groups but its decline with age is universal. Talk presented at the 28th Congress of the International Federation of Cosmetic Chemists. Paris, France. October 2014 Parsi, G.K., Bronstad, P.M., Russell, R., Otarola-Castillo, E., & Briss, D.S. Morphometric analysis of facial structures and its relationship to attractiveness. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science. San Francisco, California. May 2014 Jones, A.L., Russell, R., & Ward, R. Examining sexual dimorphism: The effects of facial contrast on perceptions of sex typicality. Talk presented at the Experimental Psychology Society. Kent, UK. April 2014 Russell, R., Sweda, J.R., Porcheron, A., & Mauger, E., & Morizot, F. Facial contrast varies with health and is a cue for health perception. Talk presented at the Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (Conference of Experimental Psychologists). Gießen, Germany. April 2014 Parsi, G.K., Russell, R., Bronstad, P.M., & Will, L.A. Comparison of attractiveness perception between orthodontists, laymen and computer model. Talk presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Dental Research. Charlotte, North Carolina. March 2014 Russell, R., Porcheron, A., & Mauger, E. Facial contrast is a cue to age as well as to sex and beauty. Talk presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science. Washington, DC. May 2013 Wilmer, J., Russell, R., Bronstad, M., Kwok, H., Anthony, S., & Germine, L. Disagreements about the attractiveness of faces arise largely from past

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experience: evidence from twins. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida. May 2013 Porcheron, A., Mauger, E., Sweda, J.R., Morizot, F., & Russell, R. Aspects of facial contrast are cues for age and health perception. Poster presented to the International Investigative Dermatology conference. Edinburgh, UK. May 2013 Mileva, V.R., Jones, A., Russell, R., & Little, A.C. The made-up lass is of higher class: Sex differences of dominance and prestige for women with and without make-up. Poster presented to the European Human Behaviour & Evolution Association conference. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. March 2013 Russell, R., Porcheron, A., & Mauger, E. Increased facial contrast makes faces look younger as well as more feminine. Poster presented to the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. New Orleans, Louisiana. January 2013 Russell, R., Porcheron, A., & Sweda, J.R. Eyes with higher contrast look younger. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida. May 2012 Porcheron, A., Mauger, E., Morizot, F., & Russell, R. Faces with higher contrast look younger. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida. May 2011 Strong, E.R., Russell, R., Germine, L., & Wilmer, J.B.. Face processing abilities relate to career choice. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida. May 2011 Chen, H., Russell, R., Nakayama, K., & Livingstone, M. Crossing the “Uncanny Valley”: adaptation to cartoon faces can influence perception of human faces. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida. May 2010 Russell, R., Yue, X., Nakayama, K., & Tootell, R.B.H. Neural differences between developmental prosopagnosics and super-recognizers. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida. May 2010 Russell, R., Chatterjee, G., & Nakayama, K. The use of shape and pigmentation information across the spectrum of face recognition ability. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida. May 2009 Chatterjee, G., Russell, R., & Nakayama, K. Non-face visual memory impairments in developmental prosopagnosia. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida. May 2009 Russell, R., Duchaine, B., & Nakayama, K. Exceptional face recognition ability. Poster presented at the Second Annual Social and Affective Neuroscience conference. Boston, Massachusetts. June 2008 Russell, R., Chatterjee, G., Duchaine, B., & Nakayama, K. Super-recognizers: People with exceptional face recognition ability. Poster presented at Tufts University conference on Cognitive Neuroscience of Visual Knowledge: Where Vision Meets Memory Conference. Medford, Massachusetts. May 2008 Russell, R., Duchaine, B., & Nakayama, K. Extraordinary face recognition ability. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Long Beach, California. November 2007 Russell, R., Duchaine, B., & Nakayama, K. Extraordinary face recognition. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida. May 2007

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Nakayama, K., Garrido, L., Russell, R., Chabris, C.F., Gerbasi, M., & Duchaine, B. Developmental prosopagnosia: phenotypes and estimated prevalence. Talk presented to the Society for Neuroscience. Atlanta, Georgia. October 2006 Russell, R. & Sinha, P. Pigmentation is important for familiar face recognition. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida. May 2006 Bronstad, P., Langlois, J.H., Russell, R. Explaining human facial attractiveness judgments. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida. May 2006 Russell, R. Male and female faces are differently pigmented. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida. May 2005 Russell, R., Sinha, P., Nederhouser, M., & Biederman, I. The importance of pigmentation for face recognition. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida. May 2004 Greene, M.R., Russell, R., & Biederman, I. The N170 adapts only to the shape—not the pigmentation—of individual faces. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida. May 2004 Russell, R., Nederhouser, M., & Biederman, I. The roles of shape and surface in face processing. Poster presented to the workshop on Object Perception, Attention, and Memory. Vancouver, British Columbia. November 2003 Russell, R. Contrast, sex, and facial attractiveness. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida. May 2003 Russell, R. Facial contrast, sex, and beauty. Poster presented to the Cognitive Neurosciences Society. New York, New York. April 2003 Russell, R.P. Facial coloration, sex, and beauty. Poster presented at the European Conference for Visual Perception. Glasgow, UK. August 2002 Russell, R.P. & Sinha, P. A Perceptually based comparison of image similarity metrics. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida. May 2002 Tyler, L.K., Devlin, J.T., Russell, R.P., & Moss, H.E. The neural representation of nouns and verbs: Evidence from imaging. Poster presented to the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco. April 2000 Devlin, J.T., Russell, R.P., Price, C.J., et al. Neuroimaging evidence for a unitary semantic system. Poster presented to the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco. April 2000

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INVITED TALKS 2016 The New Yorker Festival The super-recognizers 2014 Université de Montréal A functional account of cosmetics 2014 Concordia University A functional account of cosmetics 2014 University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus A functional account of cosmetics 2014 Bournemouth University A functional account of cosmetics 2013 University of St Andrews A functional account of cosmetics 2013 University of Sheffield Why Cosmetics Work 2012 Friedrich Schiller University Jena Face recognition across the spectrum of ability: developmental prosopagnosics and super-recognizers 2012 University of Aberdeen A functional account of cosmetics 2012 University of Stirling A functional account of cosmetics 2010 Colby College Sex differences in pigmentation and their relation to cosmetics 2010 Rutgers University Face recognition via reflectance and shape cues across the spectrum of ability 2010 Franklin & Marshall College Why Cosmetics Work 2008 Dartmouth University Explorations in face perception 2005 Harvard University Is pigmentation important for face perception?

SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE APA Monitor on Psychology A biological basis for cosmetics? June, 2017 New Yorker The detectives who never forget a face Aug 22, 2016 New York Times London police ‘super-recognizer’ Oct 9, 2015 walks beat with a facebook of the mind CBS News Science explains why beauty is in Oct 2, 2015 the eye of the beholder Nat. Geographic Channel Brain Games July 28, 2014 NPR Science Friday Why do we remember faces but June 10, 2013 not names? BBC World Service Make-up June 3, 2013 Scientific American Mind What’s in a Face? Jan/Feb, 2012 Wall Street Journal Brain Tricks Nov 20, 2010 New Yorker Face-blind August 30, 2010 New York Times A memory for faces, extreme version May 25, 2009 BBC World Service Super-recognizers April 27, 2009

AWARDS Visiting Fellow, Center for Liberal Arts and Society at Franklin & Marshall College 2010 Best Visual Illusion of the Year Contest, 3rd prize 2009 Angus MacDonald Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching 2004

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE General Psychology (Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2012, Spring 2013) Sensation and Perception (Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017) Human Cognition (Fall 2009) Statistics and Research Methods II (Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018) Advanced Laboratory in Perception (Fall 2009, Spring 2011, Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017) Honors Research (Spring 2013) Individualized Reading (Fall 2011) Individualized Research (Spring 2012)

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHERS SUPERVISED Gettysburg Weiqing Shen, Caroline DeAngelis, Mary Beth Bielicki, Sarah Kramer, Bowen Yang, Aleksandra Petkova, Grace Qian Wei, Michael Behling, Binglei Chen, Stephanie Tait, Derik Yager-Elorriaga, Lydia MacKenzie, Alexandra Stoehr Harvard & MIT

Haiwen Chen, Peng Sun, Quynh Nguyen, Robert Luedeman, Ben Burns, Anna Tong, Chen Zhao, Ann Breckenkamp, Mariana Recalde, Wendy Pierce, Erin Krizay, Sarah Chu, Jonathan Choi, Omoleye Roberts, Jill Jin, Nao Gamo, Aayesha Siddiqui, Charisse L’Pree Corsbie-Massay

OTHER RESEARCHERS SUPERVISED Carlota Batres – postdoctoral fellow Alex L. Jones – postdoctoral fellow Jennifer R. Sweda – research assistant Aurélie Porcheron – visiting researcher

2016 - present 2014 - 2015 2011 - 2013 2010 - 2011

PHD EXAMINATIONS / COMMITTEES Claudia Menzel; Friedrich Schiller University Jena June 2016 Nicolas Dupuis-Roy; Université de Montréal Dec 2014 Chrystalle B.Y. Tan; University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus May 2014

COLLEGE & DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE Gettysburg College Honor Commission faculty advisor (2014-2015) Gettysburg College Committee on Learning Assessment (2011-2014) Psychology department representative, Institutional Review Board (2009-2013, 2014present) Psychology department Kenneth L Smoke Colloquium Series organizer (2011-2013)

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Psychology department representative, Library (2010-2012)

PEER REVIEWING Journals ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, Acta Psychologica, AGE, Body Image, British Journal of Psychology, Cognition, Cognition & Emotion, Cognitive Neuropsychology, Cortex, Emotion, Evolution and Human Behavior, Evolutionary Psychology, Experimental Brain Research, Frontiers in Psychology, Infant Behavior and Development, Japanese Psychological Research, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Journal of Vision, Journal of Visualized Experiments, Neuroscience, Neuroscience Letters , Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Perception, Personality and Individual Differences, PLOS ONE, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, Psychological Science, Psychology and Aging, Scientific Reports, Social Cognition, Social Neuroscience, Visual Cognition, Vision Research Grants Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment (New Zealand); National Research Foundation (South Africa); Wiener Wissenschafts-, Forschungs- und Technologiefonds (Vienna Science and Technology Fund)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Association for Psychological Science Psychonomic Society Society for Personality and Social Psychology Vision Sciences Society

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