Repetition Priming of Face Gender Judgments : An Instance Based Explanation

  title={Repetition Priming of Face Gender Judgments : An Instance Based Explanation},
  author={Dennis C. Hay and Lancaster},
Earlier studies of repetition priming using faces have been interpreted as indicating that such effects are confined to the processing of known faces. The experiment reported here employed 8 rather than the more usual 2 presentation trials and required subjects to make gender decisions ( is it a male or is it a female face?) to both familiar and unfamiliar faces. This allowed the currently favoured recognition unit theories of face processing to be compared with the Logan (1988) instance model… CONTINUE READING
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