Effects of Verbalization on Lineup Face Recognition in an Interpolated Inspection Paradigm

@inproceedings{Lyle2004EffectsOV,
  title={Effects of Verbalization on Lineup Face Recognition in an Interpolated Inspection Paradigm},
  author={Keith B. Lyle and Marcia K. Johnson},
  year={2004}
}
We examined the effects of describing a target face on face memory in a procedure in which subjects either did or did not inspect a single distractor face to determine if it matched the target face before attempting lineup identification of both the target and the distractor. Verbalization did not affect accuracy of identification of the target face; however, it increased accuracy during inspection of the distractor face and improved subsequent lineup identification of the distractor face. The… CONTINUE READING

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