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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
Traditionally, holistic processing of faces was believed to arise from a holistic perceptual representation. Recent work applying General Recognition Theory (GRT) instead suggests a decisional form of holism, where decisions about one part cannot be made independently of decisions about another part. We extend previous work using GRT analyses and show the same decisional locus for holistic processing of faces by people and one well-known face recognition model. We explore special cases of thisfatcat:7jllv3n5svearfpq3iecicsagu