278 undergraduate students rated the faces on 9 trait dimensions: attractiveness (n=35), likeability (n=32), trustworthiness (n=29), competence (n=44), extroversion (n=33), dominance (n=23), meanness (n=27), frightening (n=28), and threatening (n=27). The trait judgments were measured on 9-point scales, ranging from 1 (not at all [trait]) to 9 (extremely [trait]). The respective reliabilities (Cronbach’s alpha) were as follows: attractiveness (α=.91), likeability (α=.75), trustworthiness (α=.81), competence (α=.84), extroversion (α=.84), dominance (α=.92), meanness (α=.83), frightening (α=.84), and threatening (α=.87).
If you use these faces, any resulting written work should acknowledge the software used for face generation, FaceGen 3.1, and Oosterhof & Todorov (2008). The exact reference for the latter is:
Oosterhof, N. N., and Todorov, A. (2008). The functional basis of face evaluation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 105, 11087-11092.
Click here to download the files: a ReadMe text file, 300 bitmap files for the face images, and an Excel file with the mean trait ratings.