alexa Hits and false positives in face matching: a familiarity-based dissociation.
Psychiatry

Psychiatry

Journal of Psychological Abnormalities

Author(s): Megreya AM, Burton AM, Megreya AM, Burton AM

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Abstract In recognition memory for unfamiliar faces, performance for target-present items (hits) does not correlate with performance for target-absent items (false positives), a result which runs counter to the more usual mirror effect. In this paper we examinesubjects' performance on fac e matching, a nd demonstrate no relationship-between performance on matching items and performance on nonmatching items. This absence of a mirror effect occurs for multidistractor, 1-in-10 matching tasks (Experiment 1) and for simple paired-item tasks (Experiment 2). In Experiment 3 we demonstrate that matching familiar faces produces a strong mirror effect. However, inverting the familiar faces causes the association to disappear once more (Experiment 4). We argue thatfamiliar and unfamiliar faces are represented in qualitatively different ways.
This article was published in Percept Psychophys and referenced in Journal of Psychological Abnormalities

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