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Dr Markus Bindemann

Reader in Psychology

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PGR Progression and Monitoring Lead
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Dr Markus Bindemann

Selected publications

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Article
Fysh, M., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Human-computer interaction in face matching. Cognitive Science, 42, 1714-1732. doi:10.1111/cogs.12633
Estudillo, A., Kaufmann, J., Bindemann, M., & Schweinberger, S. (2018). Multisensory Stimulation Modulates Perceptual and Post-perceptual Face Representations: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials. European Journal Of Neuroscience, 48, 2259-2271. doi:10.1111/ejn.14112
Lander, K., Bruce, V., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Use-inspired basic research on individual differences in face identification: Implications for criminal investigation and security. Cognitive Research: Principles And Implications, 3, 1-13. doi:10.1186/s41235-018-0115-6
Fysh, M., & Bindemann, M. (2018). The Kent Face Matching Test. British Journal Of Psychology, 109, 219-231. doi:10.1111/bjop.12260
Fysh, M., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Person Identification from Drones by Humans: Insights from Cognitive Psychology. Drones, 2, 1-11. doi:10.3390/drones2040032
Ó Ciardha, C., Attard-Johnson, J., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Latency-based and Psychophysiological Measures of Sexual Interest Show Convergent and Concurrent Validity. Archives Of Sexual Behavior, 47, 637-649. doi:10.1007/s10508-017-1133-z
Attard-Johnson, J., Ó Ciardha, C., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Comparing Methods for Analysis of Pupillary Response. Behavior Research Methods. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-018-1108-6
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Feature instructions improve face-matching accuracy. Plos One, 13. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0193455
Kokje, E., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Cross-race correlations in the abilities to match unfamiliar faces. Acta Psychologica, 185, 13-21. doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2018.01.006
Bruce, V., Bindemann, M., & Lander, K. (2018). Individual differences in face perception and person recognition (Editorial). Cognitive Research: Principles And Implications, 3, 1-3. doi:10.1186/s41235-018-0109-4
Russ, A., Sauerland, M., Lee, C., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Individual differences in eyewitness accuracy across multiple lineups of faces. Cognitive Research: Principles And Implications, 3. doi:10.1186/s41235-018-0121-8
Beattie, L., Bindemann, M., Kyle, S., & Biello, S. (2017). Attention to beds in natural scenes by observers with insomnia symptoms. Behaviour Research And Therapy, 92, 51-56. doi:10.1016/j.brat.2017.02.001
Attard-Johnson, J., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Sex-specific but not sexually explicit: pupillary responses to dressed and naked adults. Royal Society Open Science, 4. doi:10.1098/rsos.160963
Attard-Johnson, J., Bindemann, M., & Ó Ciardha, C. (2017). Heterosexual, Homosexual, and Bisexual Men's Pupillary Responses to Persons at Different Stages of Sexual Development. The Journal Of Sex Research, 54, 1085-1096. doi:10.1080/00224499.2016.1241857
Bindemann, M., Fysh, M., Sage, S., Douglas, K., & Tummon, H. (2017). Person identification from aerial footage by a remote-controlled drone. Scientific Reports, 7, 1-10. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-14026-3
Austen, G., Bindemann, M., Griffiths, R., & Roberts, D. (2017). Species identification by conservation practitioners using online images: accuracy and agreement between experts. Peerj. doi:10.7717/peerj.4157
Estudillo, A., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Can gaze-contingent mirror-feedback from unfamiliar faces alter self-recognition? Quarterly Journal Of Experimental Psychology, 70, 944-958. doi:10.1080/17470218.2016.1166253
Fysh, M., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Effects of time pressure and time passage on face-matching accuracy. Royal Society Open Science, 4, 1-13. doi:10.1098/rsos.170249
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2017). A visual processing advantage for young-adolescent deaf observers: Evidence from face and object matching tasks. Scientific Reports, 7, 1-6. doi:10.1038/srep41133
Hermens, F., Bindemann, M., & Burton, A. (2017). Responding to social and symbolic extrafoveal cues: Cue shape trumps biological relevance. Psychological Research, 81, 24-42. doi:10.1007/s00426-015-0733-2
Bindemann, M., & Johnston, R. (2017). Understanding how Unfamiliar Faces become Familiar: Introduction to a Special Issue on Face Learning. Quarterly Journal Of Experimental Psychology, 70, 859-862. doi:10.1080/17470218.2016.1267235
Estudillo, A., & Bindemann, M. (2016). Multisensory stimulation of other-race faces and the reduction of racial prejudice. Consciousness And Cognition, 42, 325-339. doi:10.1016/j.concog.2016.04.006
Bindemann, M., Fysh, M., Cross, K., & Watts, R. (2016). Matching faces against the clock. I-Perception, 7, 1-18. doi:10.1177/2041669516672219
Austen, G., Bindemann, M., Griffiths, R., & Roberts, D. (2016). Species identification by experts and non-experts: comparing images from field guides. Scientific Reports, 6. doi:10.1038/srep33634
Ulrich, P., Wilkinson, D., Ferguson, H., Smith, L., Bindemann, M., Johnston, R., & Schmalzl, L. (2016). Perceptual and Memorial Contributions to Developmental Prosopagnosia. Quarterly Journal Of Experimental Psychology. doi:10.1080/17470218.2016.1177101
Attard-Johnson, J., Bindemann, M., & Ó Ciardha, C. (2016). Pupillary Response as an Age-specific Measure of Sexual Interest. Archives Of Sexual Behavior, 45, 855-870. doi:10.1007/s10508-015-0681-3
Bate, S., Bennetts, R., Parris, B., Bindemann, M., & Udale, R. (2015). Oxytocin Increases Bias, but not Accuracy, in Face Recognition Line-Ups. Social, Cognitive, And Affective Neuroscience, 10, 1010-1014. doi:10.1093/scan/nsu150
Megreya, A., Bindemann, M., & Brown, A. (2015). Criminal thinking in a Middle Eastern prison sample of thieves, drug dealers and murderers. Legal And Criminological Psychology, 20, 324-342. doi:10.1111/lcrp.12029
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2015). Developmental improvement and age-related decline in unfamiliar face matching. Perception, 44, 5-22.
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. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2015.02.008
Ferguson, H., Apperly, I., Ahmad, J., Bindemann, M., & Cane, J. (2015). Task constraints distinguish perspective inferences from perspective use during discourse interpretation. Cognition, 139, 50-70. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2015.02.010
Alenezi, H., Bindemann, M., Fysh, M., & Johnston, R. (2015). Face matching in a long task: Enforced rest breaks and desk-switching cannot maintain identification accuracy. Peerj, 3:e1184. doi:10.7717/peerj.1184
Gibbon, G., Bindemann, M., & Roberts, D. (2015). Factors affecting the identification of individual mountain bongo antelope. Peerj, 3, 1-12. doi:10.7717/peerj.1303
Ritchie, K., Smith, F., Jenkins, R., Bindemann, M., White, D., & Burton, A. (2015). Viewers base estimates of face matching accuracy on their own familiarity: Explaining the photo-ID paradox. Cognition, 141, 161-169. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2015.05.002
Bindemann, M., Attard, J., & Johnston, R. (2014). Perceived ability and actual recognition accuracy for unfamiliar and famous faces. Cogent Psychology, 1, 1-15. doi:10.1080/23311908.2014.986903
Estudillo, A., & Bindemann, M. (2014). Generalization across view in face memory and face matching. I-Perception, 5, 589-601. doi:10.1068/i0669
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. doi:10.1002/acp.2986
Johnston, R., & Bindemann, M. (2013). Introduction to forensic face matching. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27, 697-699.
Alenezi, H., & Bindemann, M. (2013). The effect of feedback on face matching accuracy. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27, 735-753. doi:10.1002/acp.2968
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2013). Individual differences in personality and face identification. Journal Of Cognitive Psychology, 25, 30-37. doi:10.1080/20445911.2012.739153
Callan, M., Ferguson, H., & Bindemann, M. (2013). Eye movements to audio-visual scenes reveal expectations of a just world. Journal Of Experimental Psychology: General, 142, 34-40.
Bindemann, M., & Lewis, M. (2013). Searching for faces differs from categorization: Evidence from scenes and eye movements. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20, 1140-1145. doi:10.3758/s13423-013-0445-9
Bindemann, M., Attard, J., Leach, A., & Johnston, R. (2013). The effect of image pixelation on unfamiliar face matching. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27, 707-717. doi:10.1002/acp.2970
Bindemann, M., Avetisyan, M., & Rakow, T. (2012). Who can recognize unfamiliar faces? Individual differences and observer consistency in person identification. Journal Of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 18, 277-291.
Megreya, A., Bindemann, M., Havard, C., & Burton, A. (2012). Identity-lineup location influences target selection: Evidence from eye movements. Journal Of Police And Criminal Psychology, 27, 167-178.
Bindemann, M., Sandford, A., Gillatt, K., Avetisyan, M., & Megreya, A. (2012). Recognizing faces seen alone or with others: Why are two heads worse than one? Perception, 41, 415-435.
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2012). Identification accuracy for single- and double-perpetrator crimes: Does accomplice gender matter? British Journal Of Psychology, 103, 439-453.
Bindemann, M., Brown, C., Koyas, T., & Russ, A. (2012). Individual differences in face identification postdict eyewitness accuracy. Journal Of Applied Research In Memory And Cognition, 1, 96-103.
Ozbek, M., & Bindemann, M. (2011). Exploring the time course of face matching: Temporal constraints impair unfamiliar face identification under temporally unconstrained viewing. Vision Research, 51, 2145-2155. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2011.08.009
Megreya, A., Bindemann, M., & Havard, C. (2011). Sex differences in unfamiliar face identification: Evidence from matching tasks. Acta Psychologica, 137, 83-89. doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2011.03.003
Bindemann, M., & Sandford, A. (2011). Me, myself, and I: Different recognition rates for three photo-IDs of the same person. Perception, 40, 625-627. doi:10.1068/p7008
Bindemann, M. (2010). Scene and screen center bias early eye movements in scene viewing. Vision Research, 50, 2577-2587. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2010.08.016
Bindemann, M., Avetisyan, M., & Blackwell, K. (2010). Finding Needles in Haystacks: Identity Mismatch Frequency and Facial Identity Verification. Journal Of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16, 378-386. doi:10.1037/a0021893
Bindemann, M., Scheepers, C., Ferguson, H., & Burton, A. (2010). Face, body and centre of gravity mediate person detection in natural scenes. Journal Of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception And Performance, 36, 1477-1485. doi:10.1037/a0019057
Burton, A., Bindemann, M., Langton, S., Schweinberger, S., & Jenkins, R. (2009). Gaze Perception Requires Focused Attention: Evidence From an Interference Task. Journal Of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception And Performance, 35, 108-118. doi:10.1037/0096-1523.35.1.108
Bindemann, M., & Burton, A. (2009). The Role of Color in Human Face Detection. Cognitive Science, 33, 1144-1156. doi:10.1111/j.1551-6709.2009.01035.x
Bindemann, M., Scheepers, C., & Burton, A. (2009). Viewpoint and center of gravity affect eye movements to human faces. Journal Of Vision, 9, 1-16. doi:10.1167/9.2.7
Burton, A., & Bindemann, M. (2009). The role of view in human face detection. Vision Research, 49, 2026-2036. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2009.05.012
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2009). Revisiting the processing of internal and external features of unfamiliar faces: The headscarf effect. Perception, 38, 1831-1848. doi:10.1068/p6385
Bindemann, M., & Burton, A. (2008). Attention to upside-down faces: An exception to the inversion effect. Vision Research, 48, 2555-2561. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2008.09.001
Bindemann, M., Burton, A., & Langton, S. (2008). How do eye gaze and facial expression interact? Visual Cognition, 16, 708-733. doi:10.1080/13506280701269318
Bindemann, M., Burton, A., Leuthold, H., & Schweinberger, S. (2008). Brain potential correlates of face recognition: Geometric distortions and the N250r brain response to stimulus repetitions. Psychophysiology, 45, 535-544. doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.2008.00663.x
Bindemann, M., Jenkins, R., & Burton, A. (2007). A Bottleneck in Face Identification: Repetition Priming from Flanker Images. Experimental Psychology, 54, 192-201. doi:10.1027/1618-3169.54.3.192
Bindemann, M., Burton, A., Langton, S., Schweinberger, S., & Doherty, M. (2007). The control of attention to faces. Journal Of Vision, 7, 1-8. doi:10.1167/7.10.15
Bindemann, M., Burton, A., & Jenkins, R. (2005). Capacity limits for face processing. Cognition, 98, 177-197.
Bindemann, M., Burton, A., Hooge, I., Jenkins, R., & De Haan, E. (2005). Faces retain attention. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 12, 1048-1053. doi:10.3758/BF03206442
Book section
Estudillo, A., & Bindemann, M. (2017). A multi-sensory system for self-face learning. In M. Bindemann & Megreya, A. M. (Eds.), Face processing: Systems, Disorders and Cultural Differences (pp. 241-254). New York: Nova Science Publishing, Inc. Retrieved from https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=62792
Fysh, M., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Forensic face matching : A review. In M. Bindemann & Megreya, A. M. (Eds.), Face processing: Systems, Disorders and Cultural Differences (pp. 1-20). New York: Nova Science Publishing, Inc.
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Culture shapes face perception : Comparisons of Egypt and the UK. In M. Bindemann & Megreya, A. M. (Eds.), Face processing : Systems, Disorders and Cultural Differences. (pp. 287-304). New York: Nova Science Publishing, Inc. Retrieved from https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=62792
Conference or workshop item
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2018). Feature instructions improve face-matching accuracy. In American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Las Vegas, USA.
Gentry, N., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Example face pairs improve identity-matching in low-performing individuals. In Experimental Psychology Society. Reading, UK.
Bindemann, M. (2017). Face Recognition at its Best - NextGen panel. In Face Recognition at its Best. London, UK.
Fysh, M., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Human-computer interaction in face matching. In European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP). Berlin, Germany.
Black, J., & Bindemann, M. (2017). A Gaze Contingent Exploration of Social Attention in Autism Spectrum Disorder. In International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR). San Francisco, USA.
Tummon, H., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Unfamiliar face matching at a virtual reality airport. In Experimental Psychology Society. Reading, UK.
Tummon, H., Allen, J., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Unfamiliar face matching at a virtual reality airport. In European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP). Berlin, Germany.
Garcia, E., Johnston, R., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Facial composites: Helpful or harmful? In Experimental Psychology Society. Reading, UK.
Fysh, M., & Bindemann, M. (2017). Human-computer interaction in face matching. In Face Recognition at its Best. London, UK.
Bindemann, M. (2016). Sex and Vision Science. In Objectification and 'sexiness' workshop. University College London.
Austen, G., Roberts, D., Bindemann, M., & Griffiths, R. (2016). Reliability of experts in species identification: are images enough? In British Ecological Society / Cambridge Conservation Initiative. Cambridge, UK.
Beattie, L., Bindemann, M., Kyle, S., & Biello, S. (2016). Attentional bias towards beds in young adults with insomnia symptoms: Implications for threat. In 23rd Congress of the European Sleep Research Society. Bologna, Italy.
Arabi, S., Bindemann, M., Johnston, R., & Garland, K. (2016). The impact of cognitive style on face recognition and face matching. In British Psychological Society (Cognitive section). Barcelona, Spain.
Bindemann, M. (2016). Resource limits as the cause of errors in face matching. In School of Psychology, University of Plymouth. Plymouth, UK.
Gentry, N., Bindemann, M., & Johnston, R. (2016). The eyes have it! The role of specific facial features for identity matching. In British Psychological Society (Cognitive section). Barcelona, Spain.
Attard-Johnson, J., Bindemann, M., & Ó Ciardha, C. (2015). Measuring age-specific sexual preferences with pupil dilation. In British Psychological Society – Division of Forensic Psychology,. Manchester, UK.
Attard-Johnson, J., Bindemann, M., & Ó Ciardha, C. (2015). Exploring pupil dilation as an implicit measure of sexual interests. In British Psychological Society (Cognitive Section). Canterbury.
Bindemann, M. (2015). Resource limits as the cause of errors in face matching. In British Psychological Society (Cognitive section). Canterbury.
Hermens, F., Bindemann, M., & Burton, A. (2015). Responding to social and symbolic extrafoveal cues: Cue shape trumps social status. In European Conference on Visual Perception. Liverpool.
Megreya, A., & Bindemann, M. (2015). Developmental improvement and age-related decline in unfamiliar face matching. In British Psychological Society,. Liverpool, UK.
Pongakkasira, K., & Bindemann, M. (2015). Gemotric distortions of faces and their detection in natural scenes. In British Psychological Society (Cognitive Section). Canterbury.
Attard-Johnson, J., Bindemann, M., & Ó Ciardha, C. (2015). Pupil Dilation: An implicit indicator of sexual interests. In Decepticon. Cambridge.
Austen, G., Roberts, D., Bindemann, M., & Griffiths, R. (2015). Earning your stripes: Does expertise improve the ability to match bumblebee images in identification guides? In 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology and 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology. Montpellier, France.
Estudillo, A., & Bindemann, M. (2014). Multisensory stimulation of the face and its effect on racial prejudice. In Experimental Psychology Society. Canterbury, UK.
Alenezi, H., & Bindemann, M. (2014). Face matching accuracy in a long task. In Experimental Psychology Society. Canterbury, UK.
Pongakkasira, K., & Bindemann, M. (2014). Geometric distortions of faces and their detection in natural scenes. In European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP). Belgrade, Serbia.
Hermens, F., Bindemann, M., & Burton, A. (2014). Social cueing in peripheral vision. In Experimental Psychology Society. Newcastle, UK.
Attard, J., Bindemann, M., & Ó Ciardha, C. (2014). Pupil dilation as an age-specific measure of sexual interest. In Meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society. Canterbury, Kent, UK.
Russ, A., & Bindemann, M. (2014). Eyewitness identification in a repetition priming procedure. In Experimental Psychology Society. Canterbury, UK.
Pongakkasira, K., & Bindemann, M. (2014). The role of spatial frequency for face detection in natural scenes. In Experimental Psychology Society. Canterbury, UK.
Russ, A., & Bindemann, M. (2014). Repetition priming of faces as a covert index of eyewitness memory. In European Conference on Visual Perception. Belgrade, Serbia.
Attard, J., & Bindemann, M. (2014). Diagnosing age-specific sexual interest with pupil dilation. In European Conference on Visual Perception. Belgrade, Serbia.
Ulrich, P., Wilkinson, D., Ferguson, H., Bindemann, M., & Johnston, R. (2014). Heterogeneity in Developmental Prosopagnosia. In 31st BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Conference. Nottingham, UK. Retrieved from http://www.ntu.ac.uk/webevents/soc/document_uploads/163523.pdf
Sandford, A., Bindemann, M., & Burton, A. (2014). Discriminating stretched faces. In Experimental Psychology Society. Canterbury, UK.
Bindemann, M. (2014). Face detection differs from categorization. In Southeast Faces Meeting. Canterbury, UK.
Estudillo, A., & Bindemann, M. (2014). Multisensory stimulation of the face affects personal preference but not racial preference. In European Conference on Visual Perception. Belgrade, Serbia.
Ulrich, P., Wilkinson, D., Ferguson, H., Bindemann, M., & Johnston, R. (2014). Vestibular Stimulation Therapy for Prosopagnosia. In Experimental Psychology Society Meeting. London, UK. Retrieved from http://www.eps.ac.uk/images/Jan%20-%202014%20-%20FINAL.pdf
Ulrich, P., Wilkinson, D., Ferguson, H., Bindemann, M., & Johnston, R. (2014). Perceptual and memorial impairment in developmental prosopagnosia. In Experimental Psychology Society Meeting Symposium: Recent advances in developmental prosopagnosia research. Kent, UK. Retrieved from http://www.eps.ac.uk/images/epsfiles/kent%20programme%20apr%20-%202014%20-final.pdf
Alenezi, H., & Bindemann, M. (2013). The effect of feedback on face matching accuracy. In Joint conference of the British Psychological Society's Cognitive and Developmental Psychology sections. Reading, UK.
Bindemann, M., & Attard, J. (2013). Estimating crime time: Car chases, fish and eyewitness accuracy. In Experimental Psychology Society. London, UK.
Ó Ciardha, C., Bindemann, M., & Attard, J. (2013). Comparing multiple indirect measures of sexual interest with eye-tracking and pupil dilation. In 32nd annual Research and Treatment Conference of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers. Chicago, IL.
Attard, J., & Bindemann, M. (2013). Estimating crime time: Car chases, fish and eyewitness accuracy. In British Psychological Society. Harrogate, UK.
Bindemann, M. (2012). Can individual differences in face recognition postdict eyewitness accuracy. In Symposium on Applied Issues in Face Recognition at the Experimental Psychology Society. Hull, UK.
Ferguson, H., Ahmad, J., ulrich, p, Bindemann, M., & Apperly, I. (2012). Task-constraints (but not semantic association) facilitate perspective use during discourse interpretation. In CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing.
Callan, M., Ferguson, H., & Bindemann, M. (2012). Eye movements to audiovisual scenes reveal expectations of a just world. In 14th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Justice Research.
Ferguson, H., Ahmad, J., Ulrich, P., Bindemann, M., & Apperly, I. (2012). Task-constraints (but not semantic association) facilitate perspective use during discourse interpretation. In 25th Annual City University of New York Conference on Human Sentence Processing. New York, NY. Retrieved from http://cuny2012.commons.gc.cuny.edu/files/2012/03/cuny2012_187.pdf
Bindemann, M., Avetisyan, M., & Rakow, T. (2011). In face identification, observers fluctuate and individuals differ. In Experimental Psychology Society. Nottingham, UK.
Beattie, L., Bindemann, M., Holm, M., Forsberg, N., & Biello, S. (2011). Does time of testing affect emotion perception? In World Association of Sleep Medicine. Canada.
Charalambous, A., & Bindemann, M. (2011). The time course of eye-gaze towards affective stimuli over intervals of up to 12 seconds. In 51st Annual Meeting of the Society of Psychophysiological Research. Boston, USA.
Lewis, M., & Bindemann, M. (2011). Exploring the full-face advantage in face detection: A search effect or a decision effect? In British Psychological Society (Cognitive section). Keele, UK.
Datasets / databases
Austen, G., Bindemann, M., Griffiths, R., & Roberts, D. (2018). Species identification by conservation practitioners using online images: accuracy and agreement between experts. doi:10.7717/peerj.4157
Austen, G., Bindemann, M., Griffiths, R., & Roberts, D. (2016). Species identification by experts and non-experts: comparing images from field guides. Scientific Reports.
Edited book
Bindemann, M., & Megreya, A. M. (Eds.). (2017). Face processing: Systems, Disorders and Cultural Differences. New York: Nova Science Publishing, Inc. Retrieved from https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=62896
Edited journal
Bruce, V., Lander, K., & Bindemann, M. (Eds.). (2018). Individual differences in face perception and person recognition. Cognitive Research: Principles And Implications, 3. Retrieved from https://www.springeropen.com/collections/IDFP
Bindemann, M., & Johnston, R. A. (Eds.). (2017). Understanding how unfamiliar faces become familiar: A special issue on face learning. Quarterly Journal Of Experimental Psychology, 70, 859-986. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/pqje20/70/5
Johnston, R. A., & Bindemann, M. (Eds.). (2013). Special Issue on Forensic Face Matching. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27, 697-779. doi:10.1002/acp.2963
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