Is sex categorization from faces really parallel to face recognition ?

@inproceedings{Rossion2002IsSC,
  title={Is sex categorization from faces really parallel to face recognition ?},
  author={Bruno Rossion},
  year={2002}
}
According to a classical functional architecture of face processing (Bruce & Young, 1986), sex processing on faces is a parallel function to individual face recognition. One consequence of the model is thus that sex categorization on faces is not influenced by face familiarity. However, the behavioural and neuropsychological evidences supporting this dissociation are yet equivocal. To test the independence between sex processing on faces and familiar face recognition, familiar (learned) faces… CONTINUE READING
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