Changing faces: a detection advantage in the flicker paradigm.

@article{Ro2001ChangingFA,
  title={Changing faces: a detection advantage in the flicker paradigm.},
  author={Tony Ro and Charlotte K. Russell and Nilli Lavie},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2001},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={94-9}
}
Observers seem surprisingly poor at detecting changes in images following a large transient or flicker. In this study, we compared this change blindness phenomenon between human faces and other common objects (e.g., clothes). We found that changes were detected far more rapidly and accurately in faces than in other objects. This advantage for faces, however, was found only for upright faces in multiple-object arrays, and was completely eliminated when displays showed one photograph only or when… CONTINUE READING
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