Gilchrist, Anna; McKone, Elinor
It is still often claimed that face recognition in children matures relatively late (e.g.,10 years), supporting an "expertise" rather than an "innate" interpretation. However, a review indicates that many adult properties of face processing (inversion effects, first-order relational processing, second-order relational processing, race effects, distinctiveness effects on perception) are present at 6-7 years. A new experiment investigates distinctiveness effects on memory. We manipulated...[Show more]
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