Caricature effects, distinctiveness, and identification: testing the face-space framework.

@article{Lee2000CaricatureED,
  title={Caricature effects, distinctiveness, and identification: testing the face-space framework.},
  author={Kieran J. Lee and Graham Byatt and Gillian Rhodes},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2000},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={379-85}
}
According to the multidimensional space framework, faces are represented as locations in a psychological face-space. Our aim was to test whether the locations of veridical, caricatured, and anticaricatured face stimuli in face-space, derived from multidimensional scaling analyses, could account for identification accuracy and distinctiveness ratings for these stimuli. Caricatures were identified more accurately and rated as more distinctive than veridical images, whereas anticaricatures were… CONTINUE READING

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