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  1. How do looking patterns, anti-fat bias, and causal weight attributions relate to adults’ judgements of child weight?
  2. Can humans use facial recognition algorithms to improve their identification decisions?
  3. Exploring perceptual similarity and its relation to image-based spaces: an effect of familiarity
  4. The impact of weapons and unusual objects on the construction of facial composites
  5. Masked face identification is improved by diagnostic feature training
  6. Visual search performance in ‘CCTV’ and mobile phone-like video footage
  7. Familiar faces as islands of expertise
  8. Surgical face masks impair human face matching performance for familiar and unfamiliar faces
  9. Convolutional neural net face recognition works in non-human-like ways
  10. Bilinguals’ inhibitory control and attentional processes in a visual perceptual task
  11. Constructing identifiable composite faces: The importance of cognitive alignment of interview and construction procedure.
  12. Eye see through you! Eye tracking unmasks concealed face recognition despite countermeasures
  13. A grey area: how does image hue affect unfamiliar face matching?
  14. EvoFIT Facial Composite Images: A Detailed Assessment of Impact on Forensic Practitioners, Police Investigators, Victims, Witnesses, Offenders and the Media
  15. The impact of external facial features on the construction of facial composites
  16. An item's status in semantic memory determines how it is recognized: Dissociable patterns of brain activity observed for famous and unfamiliar faces
  17. Facing the facts: Naive participants have only moderate insight into their face recognition and face perception abilities
  18. Evaluation of Dense 3D Reconstruction from 2D Face Images in the Wild
  19. Breathe, relax and remember: An investigation into how focused breathing can improve identification of EvoFIT facial composites
  20. Saccades and smooth pursuit eye movements trigger equivalent gaze-cued orienting effects
  21. Ego depletion in visual perception: Ego-depleted viewers experience less ambiguous figure reversal
  22. Fixation patterns, not clinical diagnosis, predict body size over-estimation in eating disordered women and healthy controls
  23. Holistic face processing can inhibit recognition of forensic facial composites.
  24. A decade of evolving composites: regression- and meta-analysis
  25. Are two views better than one? Investigating three-quarter view facial composites
  26. Super-recognisers in Action: Evidence from Face-matching and Face Memory Tasks
  27. Registered Replication Report
  28. That looks familiar: attention allocation to familiar and unfamiliar faces in children with autism spectrum disorder
  29. Configural and featural information in facial-composite images
  30. Improving Discrimination and Face Matching with Caricature
  31. Applications of Face Analysis and Modeling in Media Production
  32. Development and Evaluation of a Forensic Exhibit for Science Centres
  33. Face Recognition and Description Abilities in People with Mild Intellectual Disabilities
  34. Whole-face procedures for recovering facial images from memory
  35. Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) attend typically to faces and objects presented within their picture communication systems
  36. Spontaneous and cued gaze-following in autism and Williams syndrome
  37. The organization of conspecific face space in nonhuman primates
  38. Understanding the multiframe caricature advantage for recognizing facial composites
  39. Holistic Versus Featural Facial Composite Systems for People with Mild Intellectual Disabilities
  40. Interviewing Techniques for Darwinian Facial-Composite Systems
  41. Adaptation to Antifaces and the Perception of Correct Famous Identity in an Average Face
  42. Recovering faces from memory: The distracting influence of external facial features.
  43. The ‘Double Face' Illusion
  44. BMI Not WHR Modulates BOLD fMRI Responses in a Sub-Cortical Reward Network When Participants Judge the Attractiveness of Human Female Bodies
  45. Similar neural adaptation mechanisms underlying face gender and tilt aftereffects
  46. Differences in eye-movement patterns between anorexic and control observers when judging body size and attractiveness
  47. The psychology of face construction: Giving evolution a helping hand
  48. Developmental changes in the engagement of episodic retrieval processes and their relationship with working memory during the period of middle childhood
  49. Adaptation May Cause Some of the Face Caricature Effect
  50. Giving Crime the 'evo': Catching Criminals Using EvoFIT Facial Composites
  51. Seeing More Clearly with Glasses?: The Impact of Glasses and Technology on Unfamiliar Face Matching and Identification of Facial Composites
  52. Changing faces: Direction is important
  53. Patterns of eye movements when male and female observers judge female attractiveness, body fat and waist-to-hip ratio
  54. Evolving the face of a criminal: how to search a face space more effectively
  55. Caricaturing to Improve Face Matching
  56. Multiple repetition priming of faces: Massed and spaced presentations
  57. Looking at movies and cartoons: eye-tracking evidence from Williams syndrome and autism
  58. Evolving the memory of a criminal’s face: methods to search a face space more effectively
  59. Do Faces Capture the Attention of Individuals with Williams Syndrome or Autism? Evidence from Tracking Eye Movements
  60. Viewing it differently: Social scene perception in Williams syndrome and Autism
  61. Segregation by onset asynchrony
  62. Effecting an Improvement to the Fitness Function. How to Evolve a More Identifiable Face
  63. Improving the quality of facial composites using a holistic cognitive interview.
  64. An evaluation of US systems for facial composite production
  65. An analysis of body shape attractiveness based on image statistics: Evidence for a dissociation between expressions of preference and shape discrimination
  66. An application of caricature: How to improve the recognition of facial composites
  67. Equally attending but still not seeing: An eye-tracking study of change detection in own- and other-race faces
  68. Maximum-Likelihood Watermarking Detection on Fingerprint Images
  69. Parallel approaches to composite production: interfaces that behave contrary to expectation
  70. The relative importance of external and internal features of facial composites
  71. Monozygotic Twins' Colour-Number Association: a Case Study
  72. Robust representations for face recognition: The power of averages
  73. The enigma of facial asymmetry: Is there a gender-specific pattern of facedness?
  74. A forensically valid comparison of facial composite systems
  75. Contemporary composite techniques: The impact of a forensically-relevant target delay
  76. Coding of visual information in the brain
  77. Pop-out from abrupt visual onsets
  78. EvoFIT
  79. What's a face worth: Noneconomic factors in game playing
  80. Human female attractiveness: waveform analysis of body shape
  81. The role of masculinity and distinctiveness in judgments of human male facial attractiveness
  82. From corpora to cuttlefish
  83. Four heads are better than one: Combining face composites yields improvements in face likeness.
  84. Four heads are better than one: Combining face composites yields improvements in face likeness.
  85. Human and automatic face recognition: a comparison across image formats
  86. Unfamiliar faces: memory or coding?
  87. Using truss networks to estimate the biomass of Oreochromis niloticus, and to investigate shape characteristics
  88. Recognition of unfamiliar faces
  89. A comparison of two computer-based face identification systems with human perceptions of faces
  90. The principal components of natural images
  91. Realistic neural nets need to learn iconic representations
  92. Formal equivalence of Stent and Grossberg synaptic modification rules
  93. Unfamiliar face recognition
  94. Adding Holistic Dimensions to a Facial Composite System
  95. Comparisons between human and computer recognition of faces
  96. Gannet: Genetic design of a neural net for face recognition
  97. Genetic algorithms and permutation problems: a comparison of recombination operators for neural net structure specification