Getting to know you: from view-dependent to view-invariant repetition priming for unfamiliar faces.

@article{Martin2011GettingTK,
  title={Getting to know you: from view-dependent to view-invariant repetition priming for unfamiliar faces.},
  author={Douglas Martin and Joanna Greer},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={64 2},
  pages={217-23}
}
Recent research suggests that repetition priming (RP) for unfamiliar faces is highly view dependent and is eliminated when the viewpoint of target faces changes between study and test. The current research examined whether increased familiarity with novel faces from a single viewpoint at study would support RP from an alternative viewpoint at test. Participants passively viewed novel face images from a single viewpoint at study (i.e., either front or three-quarters), with half of the images… CONTINUE READING

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