Revisit the Expertise Hypothesis: Face Recognition Is a Special Processing or with Object Identification Process Common in the General Processing Mechanism?

艳华 李
2017 Advances in Psychology  
McKone, Kanwisher, & Duchaine (2007) reviewed the literature on face recognition and object identification, arguing that the general expertise view cannot explain the particular face recognition. In this paper, especially on the basis of its research, through the relevant literature on the 2007 years since the recombing, an overview on face recognition processing is a kind of special treatment or identification, and the object in the process of common problems in general mechanism is discussed.
more » ... anism is discussed. Different from McKone's face processing specific point of view, we think face recognition and object recognition are in the same processor system in general. In addition, we think that there are some controversies of the expertise hypothesis. In addition, we believe that there is some controversy in the inference of the expertise hypothesis, which should be more reasonably defined by future researchers.
doi:10.12677/ap.2017.75076 fatcat:lj2p6ejbwjd5zpf4nz7d7td7wm