Holistic processing for faces operates over a wide range of sizes but is strongest at identification rather than conversational distances
How does holistic/configural processing, a key property of face perception, vary with distance from an observed person? Two techniques measured holistic processing in isolation from part-based contributions to face perception: salience bias to upright in
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