Composite Faces are not (Necessarily) Processed Coactively: A Test Using Systems Factorial Technology and Logical-Rule Models
Xue Jun Cheng, Callum J McCarthy, Tony SL Wang, Thomas J Palmeri, Daniel R Little
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition | AMER PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC | Published : 2018
Awarded by ARC
Awarded by NSF
This work was supported by ARC Discovery Project Grant DP160102360 and a Melbourne Research Grant Support Scheme Grant to Daniel R. Little, and NSF Grant SBE-1257098 and Vanderbilt International Office Grant to Thomas J. Palmeri. Thanks to Adam Osth for helpful discussions about DE-MCMC modeling, and thanks to Rob Goldstone for providing the code used to generate the morphed faces. We thank Daniele Martinie for assistance with data collection. Portions of this work were completed as part of the fulfilment of honours degree projects by Xue Jun Cheng and Callum J. McCarthy.