Movement Cues Aid Face Recognition in Developmental Prosopagnosia.

Rachel J. Bennetts, Natalie Butcher, Karen Lander, Robert Udale, Sarah Bate

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Seeing a face in motion can improve face recognition in the general population, and studies of face matching indicate that people with face recognition difficulties (developmental prosopagnosia; DP) may be able to use movement cues as a supplementary strategy to help them process faces. However, the use of facial movement cues in DP has not been examined in the context of familiar face recognition. This study examined whether people with DP were better at recognizing famous faces presented in motion, compared to static.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)855-860
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 30 Mar 2015

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