PsychoPy implementation of the Glasgow Face Matching Test by Burton, White, & McNeill (2010)
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PsychoPy Implementation of Glasgow Face Matching Test

This repository contains a PsychoPy implementation of the Glasgow Face Matching Test by Burton, White, & McNeill (2010). It's been written using PsychoPy 1.84.1. If you find any issues with other versions, feel free to open an issue and/or pull request.

If you use this implementation, please cite it using the Zenodo DOI, as well as the original paper by Burton, A. M., White, D., & McNeill, A. (2010). The Glasgow face matching test. Behavior Research Methods, 42(1), 286-291.

Setup

  1. Download the stimuli from the York FaceVar Lab

  2. Put the jpg stimuli in a stimuli folder within the directory where gfmt.py is, with the short and long version in two separate folders. This is the expected directory tree

    ├── gfmt.py
    └── stimuli
        ├── long
        │   ├── different
        │   │   ├── 003_020_L.jpg
        │   │   ├── ...
        │   └── same
        │       ├── 003_C2_DV.jpg
        │       ├── ...
        └── short
            ├── different
            │   ├── 013_235_R.jpg
            │   ├── ...  
            └── same
                ├── 020_C2_DV.jpg
                ├── ...
    
  3. Use PsychoPy to run gfmt.py. Results will be under ./results.

Additional notes

Some minimal config can be changed in the config.json file, such as the parent stimulus directory, the results directory, and the response keys.