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  • E-INVIGILATION OF E-ASSESSMENTS 

    Ketab, Salam (University of Plymouth, 2017)
    E-learning and particularly distance-based learning is becoming an increasingly important mechanism for education. A leading Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) reports a user base of 70 million students and 1.2 million ...
  • The hows and whys of face processing: Level of construal influences the holistic processing of human faces. 

    Wyer, NA; Hollins, TJ; Pahl, S (United States, 2015-12)
    Face recognition and identification are optimized by holistic processing. Various visual-spatial manipulations appear to have transfer effects on holistic face processing. The present experiment tests the effects of a ...
  • Looking ahead: Anticipatory cueing of attention to objects others will look at. 

    Joyce, K; Schenke, K; Bayliss, A; Bach, P (England, 2016-01)
    Seeing a face gaze at an object elicits rapid attention shifts toward the same object. We tested whether gaze cueing is predictive: do people shift their attention toward objects others are merely expected to look at? ...
  • Peripheral cues and gaze direction jointly focus attention and inhibition of return. 

    Hudson, M; Skarratt, PA (England, 2016-01)
    Centrally presented gaze cues typically elicit a delayed inhibition of return (IOR) effect compared to peripheral exogenous cues. We investigated whether gaze cues elicit early onset IOR when presented peripherally. Faces ...
  • Smiles in face matching: Idiosyncratic information revealed through a smile improves unfamiliar face matching performance. 

    Mileva, M; Burton, AM (England, 2018-11)
    Unfamiliar face matching is a surprisingly difficult task, yet we often rely on people's matching decisions in applied settings (e.g., border control). Most attempts to improve accuracy (including training and image ...
  • Social Evaluation of Faces Across Gender and Familiarity. 

    Mileva, M; Kramer, RSS; Burton, AM (United States, 2019-06)
    Models of social evaluation aim to capture the information people use to form first impressions of unfamiliar others. However, little is currently known about the relationship between perceived traits across gender. In ...
  • Stop stereotyping. 

    Falbén, JK; Olivier, JL; Golubickis, M; Ho, NSP; Persson, LM; Tsamadi, D; Marinopoulou, E; Bianciardi, B; Cunningham, WA; Macrae, CN (United States, 2019-07)
    Restraining the expression of stereotypes is a necessary requirement for harmonious living, yet surprisingly little is known about the efficacy of this process. Accordingly, in two experiments, here we used a stop-signal ...
  • Understanding facial impressions between and within identities. 

    Mileva, M; Young, AW; Kramer, RSS; Burton, AM (Netherlands, 2019-09)
    A paradoxical finding from recent studies of face perception is that observers are error-prone and inconsistent when judging the identity of unfamiliar faces, but nevertheless reasonably consistent when judging traits. ...

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