Psychological and Neural Perspectives on Human Face Recognition

  title={Psychological and Neural Perspectives on Human Face Recognition},
  author={Alice J. O’Toole},
Human face " processing " skills can make simultaneous use of a variety of information from the face, including information about the age, sex, race, identity, and even current mood of the person. We are further able to track facial motions that alter the configuration of features, making it difficult to encode the structure of the face. Facial movements include the gestures we make when we speak, changes in our gaze direction or head pose, and expressions such as smiling and frowning. These… CONTINUE READING
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