Classifying Faces by Race : The Structure of Face Categories

@inproceedings{Levin2001ClassifyingFB,
  title={Classifying Faces by Race : The Structure of Face Categories},
  author={Daniel T. Levin},
  year={2001}
}
similarity relations among faces to unite a wide variety of effects including the CR classification advantage and the effects of facial typicality on recognition and classification. The second explanation for the CR classification advantage, the interference hypothesis, suggests that expertise-based configural coding interferes with coding race. Because configural Portions of this work were presented at the May 1995 Association for Research in Vision and Ophthamology conference in Fort… CONTINUE READING