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AB and the Benton-Allen Face Recognition Test AB’s Performance: In terms of errors, poor, but not clinically abnormal; in terms of speed, very, very slow Also, it was observed that AB went back-and-forth many times between each choice and the standard face (at the top)
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Would AB mistake a person for a hat? NO! AB knows that a face shape with basic features is a human face
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Since the Bruce-Young Model couldn’t explain these two abilities of
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Unformatted text preview: AB, it was MODIFIED Person-by-feature ID Feature-by-feature processing Conspec The Modified Bruce-Young Model The Other Side of the Spectrum Super-recognizers How do we explain them using the Bruce-Young Model? Have incredibly good memory for faces even after decades and in degraded viewing conditions Person-by-feature ID Feature-by-feature processing Conspec Where is Memory in the Bruce-Young Model????...
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