Face ethnicity and measurement reliability affect face recognition performance in developmental prosopagnosia: evidence from the Cambridge Face Memory Test-Australian.

@article{McKone2011FaceEA,
  title={Face ethnicity and measurement reliability affect face recognition performance in developmental prosopagnosia: evidence from the Cambridge Face Memory Test-Australian.},
  author={Elinor McKone and Ashleigh Hall and Madeleine Pidcock and Romina Palermo and Ross B. Wilkinson and Davide Rivolta and Galit Yovel and Joshua M. Davis and Kirsty B. O'Connor},
  journal={Cognitive neuropsychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={109-46}
}
The Cambridge Face Memory Test (CFMT, Duchaine & Nakayama, 2006) provides a validated format for testing novel face learning and has been a crucial instrument in the diagnosis of developmental prosopagnosia. Yet, some individuals who report everyday face recognition symptoms consistent with prosopagnosia, and are impaired on famous face tasks, perform normally on the CFMT. Possible reasons include measurement error, CFMT assessment of memory only at short delays, and a face set whose ethnicity… CONTINUE READING