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Recognizing moving faces: The relative contribution of motion and perspective view information.
Four experiments are reported that investigated the effects of motion on face recognition by comparing the recognition of moving, multiple static, and single static images of faces. The results ofExpand
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Global Education and National Identity: In Pursuit of Meaning
A MAJOR DIFFICULTY IN ANY COMPARATIVE study of global education-and a hindrance, perhaps, to a global dialogue-lies in the use of the terminology itself. First, the term global education is notExpand
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Global Teacher Global Learner
Part 1 The global learner: the four dimensions of globality journey outwards, journey inwards learning for the 21st century. Part 2 The global classroom: the style and rhythm of courses openers andExpand
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Citizenship Education in Global Context
Citing the need to choose a broader vision than that provided by the plethora of citizenship education models currently in circulation, Pike challenges the fundament of GCE with a view to exposingExpand
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In the Global Classroom
These two books represent a major compendium of global education activities covering all curriculum areas and grade levels. The theme of the first book is personal and world awareness, that of theExpand
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Identifying composites of famous faces: Investigating memory, language and system issues
Abstract Previous research on composite systems has cast doubt on their potential to produce a good likeness. Poor memory of the target's face and problems in translating a verbal description into aExpand
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Children Making Faces : The Effect of age and Prompts on Children's Facial Composites of Unfamiliar Faces
The police do not usually ask child witnesses (under 10-years) to construct facial composites, as it is believed that they could not create images of sufficient accuracy. The main aim of the currentExpand
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Circling Around the Uncanny Valley: Design Principles for Research Into the Relation Between Human Likeness and Eeriness
The uncanny valley effect (UVE) is a negative emotional response experienced when encountering entities that appear almost human. Research on the UVE typically investigates individual, or collectionsExpand
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