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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Face search in CCTV surveillance. 

    Mileva, M; Burton, AM (England, 2019-09-23)
    BACKGROUND: We present a series of experiments on visual search in a highly complex environment, security closed-circuit television (CCTV). Using real surveillance footage from a large city transport hub, we ask viewers ...
  • The role of face and voice cues in predicting the outcome of student representative elections 

    Mileva, M; Tompkinson, J; Watt, D; Burton, AM (SAGE Publications, 2020-04-01)
  • Inter-rater agreement in trait judgements from faces. 

    Kramer, RSS; Mileva, M; Ritchie, KL (United States, 2018)
    Researchers have long been interested in how social evaluations are made based upon first impressions of faces. It is also important to consider the level of agreement we see in such evaluations across raters and what ...
  • 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. ...
  • Audiovisual integration in social evaluation. 

    Mileva, M; Tompkinson, J; Watt, D; Burton, AM (United States, 2018-01)
    Our social evaluation of other people is influenced by their faces and their voices. However, rather little is known about how these channels combine in forming "first impressions." Over 5 experiments, we investigate the ...
  • Carryover of scanning behaviour affects upright face recognition differently to inverted face recognition 

    Hills, PJ; Mileva, M; Thompson, C; Pake, JM (2016-11-25)
    © 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Face perception is characterized by a distinct scanpath. While eye movements are considered functional, there has not been direct evidence that disrupting this ...
  • New Alien Mediterranean Biodiversity Records 2020 

    Michel, B; Al-Mabruk, S; Ates, M; Buyuk, A; Crocetta, F; Dritsas, M; Diala, E; Fortic, A; Gavriil, E; Gerovasileiou, V; Mehmet, G; Fatih, H; Karachle, P; Kleitou, P; Kurt, T; Langeneck, J; Lardicci, C; Lipej, L; Pavloudi, C; Pinna, M; Rizgalla, J; Ozen, M; Sedano, F; Taskin, E; Yildiz, G; Zangaro, F (Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, 2020-04-02)

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