Effects of familiarity on the perceptual integrality of the identity and expression of faces: the parallel-route hypothesis revisited.


The effects of familiarity on selective attention for the identity and expression of faces were tested using Garner's speeded-classification task. In 2 experiments, participants classified expression (or identity) of familiar and unfamiliar faces while the irrelevant dimension of identity (or expression) was either held constant (baseline condition) or… (More)


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