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  • Eye movements while judging faces for trustworthiness and dominance. 

    Hermens, F; Golubickis, M; Macrae, CN (United States, 2018)
    Past studies examining how people judge faces for trustworthiness and dominance have suggested that they use particular facial features (e.g. mouth features for trustworthiness, eyebrow and cheek features for dominance ...
  • Facial identity across the lifespan. 

    Mileva, M; Young, AW; Jenkins, R; Burton, AM (Netherlands, 2020-02)
    We can recognise people that we know across their lifespan. We see family members age, and we can recognise celebrities across long careers. How is this possible, despite the very large facial changes that occur as people ...
  • 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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