Face aftereffects predict individual differences in face recognition ability.

@article{Dennett2012FaceAP,
  title={Face aftereffects predict individual differences in face recognition ability.},
  author={Hugh Dennett and Elinor McKone and Mark Edwards and Tirta Susilo},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2012},
  volume={23 11},
  pages={1279-87}
}
Face aftereffects are widely studied on the assumption that they provide a useful tool for investigating face-space coding of identity. However, a long-standing issue concerns the extent to which face aftereffects originate in face-level processes as opposed to earlier stages of visual processing. For example, some recent studies failed to find atypical… CONTINUE READING