I'd know that face anywhere!

@article{Gruppuso2007IdKT,
  title={I'd know that face anywhere!},
  author={Vincenza Gruppuso and D. Stephen Lindsay and Michael E. J. Masson},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2007},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={1085-9}
}
Mandler (1980) provided the classic "butcher on the bus" example illustrating the feeling of familiarity without recollection that may arise when an acquaintance is encountered in an unusual context. We studied this phenomenon by pairing photos of faces with photos of distinctive contexts at study and later testing recognition memory and remember/know… CONTINUE READING