Suzanne Doesbergh

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Known faces are recognized better from their inner than outer parts (Ellis, Shepherd, & Davies, 1979). This has previously been demonstratedwith cropped images. Using a blurring technique to defocus different parts of the face image systematically,we confirmed the effect for adults viewing famous faces (Experiment 1). Children aged5–13 years showed(More)
The speeded categorisation of gender from photographs of men's and women's faces under conditions of vertical brow and vertical head movement was explored in two sets of experiments. These studies were guided by the suggestion that a simple cue to gender in faces, the vertical distance between the eyelid and brow, could support such decisions. In men this(More)
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