Who can recognize unfamiliar faces? Individual differences and observer consistency in person identification.

@article{Bindemann2012WhoCR,
  title={Who can recognize unfamiliar faces? Individual differences and observer consistency in person identification.},
  author={Markus Bindemann and Meri Avetisyan and Tim Rakow},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Applied},
  year={2012},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={277-91}
}
It can be remarkably difficult to determine whether two photographs of unfamiliar faces depict the same person or two different people. This fallibility is well established in the face perception and eyewitness domain, but most of this research has focused on the "average" observer by measuring mean performance across groups of participants. This study deviated from this convention to provide a detailed description of individual differences and observer consistency in unfamiliar face… CONTINUE READING

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