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The composite face effect-the failure of selective attention toward a target face half-is frequently used to study mechanisms of feature integration in faces. Here we studied how this effect depends on the perceptual fit between attended and unattended halves. We used composite faces that were rated by trained observers as either a seamless fit (i.e., close to a natural and homogeneous face) or as a deliberately bad quality of fit (i.e., unnatural, strongly segregated face halves). In addition,doi:10.18154/rwth-2021-04827 fatcat:vx3yd3i63zc2bkd3ihapesotj4