Marta Giacon

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In this article, we explore the effect of the occurrence of a target sound on the force that is applied by the ear when listening at a surface because differences in applied force induce variation in carprints of a single ear. Forty two subjects each listened four times at a surface. During two of these listening efforts there was silence. While the(More)
We aimed to explore the level of inter- and intra-individual variation in applied force when listening at a surface, and assess the resulting variation in earprints. We further intended to identify possible sources of this variation. Forty subjects each listened twenty-four times at a surface while applied force was recorded. In between efforts the level(More)
The FearID research project is aimed at the individualisation of earprints for the purpose of forensic research. The study presented here was carried out within the framework of this project. It intends to combine a review of what is known from literature on the classification and individualisation of earprints with results from a preliminary study of(More)
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