Capacity limits for face processing

@article{Bindemann2005CapacityLF,
  title={Capacity limits for face processing},
  author={Markus Bindemann and A. Mike Burton and Rob Jenkins},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2005},
  volume={98},
  pages={177-197}
}
We present three experiments in which subjects were asked to make speeded sex judgements (Experiment 1) or semantic judgements (Experiments 2 and 3) to face targets and nonface items, while ignoring a solitary flanking distractor face or a nonface stimulus. Distractors could be either congruent (same response category) or incongruent (different response category) with the target. Distractor congruency effects were consistently observed in all combinations of target-distractor stimulus pairs… CONTINUE READING

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