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See detailInfluence of gaze direction on face recognition: A sensitive effect
Daury, Noémy ULg

in Psychologica Belgica (2011), 51(2), 139-153

This study was aimed at determining the conditions in which eye-contact may improve recognition memory for faces. Different stimuli and procedures were tested in four experiments. The effect of gaze ... [more ▼]

This study was aimed at determining the conditions in which eye-contact may improve recognition memory for faces. Different stimuli and procedures were tested in four experiments. The effect of gaze direction on memory was found when a simple “yes-no” recognition task was used but not when the recognition task was more complex (e.g. including “Remember-Know” judgements, cf. Experiment 2, or confidence ratings, cf. Experiment 4). Moreover, even when a “yes-no” recognition paradigm was used, the effect occurred with one series of stimuli (cf. Experiment 1) but not with another one (cf. Experiment3). The difficulty to produce the positive effect of gaze direction on memory is discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailGaze direction influences awareness in recognition memory for faces after intentional learning
Daury, Noémy ULg

in Perceptual & Motor Skills (2009), 109

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See detailPerceptual memory for highly familiar people's body shape: Manipulation of images of the self and friend
Daury, Noémy ULg; Brooks, Kevin; Brédart, Serge ULg

in Perception (2009), 38(2), 261-270

Previous studies have shown that people's ability to detect, from memory, alterations in highly familiar faces is excellent. Indeed, just noticeable differences for the detection of small alterations in a ... [more ▼]

Previous studies have shown that people's ability to detect, from memory, alterations in highly familiar faces is excellent. Indeed, just noticeable differences for the detection of small alterations in a recognition-memory task were not significantly different from the corresponding measures in a perceptual-discrimination task (Brédart and Devue, 2006 Perception 35 101 - 106; Ge et al, 2003 Perception 32 601 - 614). The object of the present study was to evaluate whether people's perceptual memory for body shapes of very familiar persons reaches the high level of precision that was reported for face memory. For one group of participants, the task was to detect body shape alterations (an increase or a decrease of 2% to 10% of the waist-to-hip ratio) on photographs depicting either themselves or a friend. For another group of participants who did not know the target persons, the task was to discriminate whether two photographs presented side by side were the same or not. Results showed that the detection of alterations was significantly better in the perceptual-discrimination task than in the recognition-memory tasks (for the participant's own body as well as for the friend's body). In conclusion, the high fidelity of perceptual memory for very familiar faces does not extend to familiar body shapes. [less ▲]

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See detailVisual memory for people's body shape
Daury, Noémy ULg; Brédart, Serge ULg

in Perception (2007), 36(2), 304

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