'They all look alike to me': prejudice and cross-race face recognition.

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We investigated whether prejudice level influences the size of the other-race effect (poorer recognition of other-race compared with own-race faces). Previous studies, using self-report measures of prejudice, failed to find a relationship between prejudice and the other-race effect. We used an implicit prejudice measure, developed by Fazio, Jackson, Dunton… (More)

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@article{Ferguson2001TheyAL, title={'They all look alike to me': prejudice and cross-race face recognition.}, author={David J. P. Ferguson and Gillian Rhodes and K. Lee and N. Sriram}, journal={British journal of psychology}, year={2001}, volume={92 Pt 4}, pages={567-77} }