Dr Markus Bindemann
Senior Lecturer in Psychology
My primary research interest is in cognitive and forensic psychology. Current research programmes focus on forensic face matching, eyewitness identification, person detection in natural scenes, the measurement of deviant sexual interest, and species identification in biodiversity conservation.
- Pongakkasira, K. & Bindemann, M. (2015). The shape of the face template: Geometric distortions of faces and their detection in natural scenes. Vision Research, 109, 99-106.
- Attard, J. & Bindemann, M. (2014). Establishing the duration of crimes: An individual differences and eye-tracking investigation into time estimation. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28, 215-225.
- Bindemann, M. & Lewis, M.B. (2013). Searching for faces differs from categorization: Evidence from scenes and eye movements. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20, 1140-1145.
- Bindemann, M., Avetisyan, M., & Rakow, T. (2012). Who can recognize unfamiliar faces? Individual differences and observers consistency in person identification. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 18, 277-291.