Comparing individual and morphed facial composites constructed using feature-based and holistic systems
Davis, Josh P., Solomon, Chris and Gibson, Stuart (2011) Comparing individual and morphed facial composites constructed using feature-based and holistic systems. In: 2011 AP-LS Annual Meeting and the 4th International Congress of Psychology and Law, 2-5 March 2011, Hyatt Regency Miami Hotel, Florida, USA. (Unpublished)Full text not available from this repository.
Facial composites produced by eyewitnesses with the assistance of the police are often a poor likeness to the offender. However, recently developed computerized systems that are designed to closely utilize the holistic processes implicated in face perception may provide a solution. Experiments are reported in which composites produced using E-FIT, a feature-based system, were compared to EFIT-V, a contemporary holistic system. No system differences in similarity to the target were found. However, morphing up to 16 composites from both systems was found to be advantageous, resulting in increased likeness ratings to the target and also increased correct naming rates.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)|
|Additional Information:|| Session delivered on 5th March (09:00 to 10:20) (session number 078 on the programme, appearing on page 72. ***  The 2011 AP-LS Annual Meeting was held in conjunction with the 4th International Congress of Psychology and Law.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||facial composites, eyewitnesses, holistic processes, face perception, E-FIT(a feature-based system), EFIT-V (a contemporary holistic system)|
|School / Department / Research Groups:||School of Health & Social Care|
Faculty of Education & Health > School of Health & Social Care
School of Health & Social Care > Applied Psychology Research Group
Faculty of Education & Health > School of Health & Social Care > Applied Psychology Research Group
|Last Modified:||08 Jan 2016 13:38|
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