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Can massive but passive exposure to faces contribute to face recognition abilities?
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
Recent studies have suggested that individuation of other-race faces is more crucial for enhancing recognition performance than exposure that involves categorization of these faces to an identityirrelevant criterion. These findings were primarily based on laboratory training protocols that dissociated exposure and individuation by using categorization tasks. However, the absence of enhanced recognition following categorization may not simulate key aspects of real-life massive exposure withoutdoi:10.1037/a0027077 pmid:22288697 fatcat:t2wucc4fxfd3tmykkqhjdrmxmq