The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognitive psychology, Face perception, Social psychology, Facial recognition system and Optimal distinctiveness theory. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Visual perception, Recognition memory, Word recognition and Psycholinguistics. The Social psychology study which covers Cross-race effect that intersects with Contact hypothesis.
Tim Valentine combines subjects such as Facial expression, Communication and Pattern recognition with his study of Facial recognition system. The various areas that Tim Valentine examines in his Optimal distinctiveness theory study include Exemplar theory and Information processing. His Facial composite study in the realm of Artificial intelligence connects with subjects such as Averageness and Orientation.
Tim Valentine spends much of his time researching Cognitive psychology, Social psychology, Facial recognition system, Face and Face perception. His Cognitive psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Perception, Memoria, Lexical decision task, Age of Acquisition and Priming. Tim Valentine has researched Social psychology in several fields, including Suspect and Witness.
His Facial recognition system research incorporates elements of Developmental psychology and Facial expression, Communication. His work in Face addresses issues such as Cognitive science, which are connected to fields such as Recall and Categorization. His Face perception research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Visual perception and Stimulus Salience.
His primary areas of study are Eyewitness identification, Social psychology, Criminology, Facial recognition system and Witness. His work carried out in the field of Eyewitness identification brings together such families of science as Computer security, Criminal investigation, Internet privacy and Presentation. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology, Recognition memory, Semantic memory, Age of Acquisition and Psycholinguistics.
Tim Valentine has researched Facial recognition system in several fields, including Identity, Context, Speech recognition, Face and Human memory. His work deals with themes such as Eyewitness testimony, Value, Applied research and Set, which intersect with Face. His studies in Witness integrate themes in fields like Suspect, Empirical research and Commission.
His main research concerns Eyewitness identification, Social psychology, Face perception, Internet privacy and Presentation. His study in Eyewitness identification is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Suspect and Witness. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Recognition memory, Criminology and Psycholinguistics.
His Face perception study combines topics in areas such as Face, Psychological Theory, Optimal distinctiveness theory and Cognitive science. Tim Valentine combines topics linked to Criminal investigation with his work on Internet privacy.
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A Unified Account of the Effects of Distinctiveness, Inversion, and Race in Face Recognition:
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (1991)
Upside-down faces : a review of the effect of inversion upon face recognition
British Journal of Psychology (1988)
Phonological short-term memory and foreign-language vocabulary learning☆
Costanza Papagno;Tim Valentine;Alan Baddeley.
Journal of Memory and Language (1991)
Towards an Exemplar Model of Face Processing: The Effects of Race and Distinctiveness:
Tim Valentine;Mitsuo Endo.
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (1992)
An Investigation of the Contact Hypothesis of the Own-race Bias in Face Recognition:
Patrick Chiroro;Tim Valentine.
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (1995)
The Effects of Distinctiveness in Recognising and Classifying Faces
Tim Valentine;Vicki Bruce.
The cognitive psychology of proper names
Serge Bredart;Tim Brennen;Tim Valentine.
Identity priming in the recognition of familiar faces
Vicki Bruce;Tim Valentine.
British Journal of Psychology (1985)
The basis of the 3/4 view advantage in face recognition
Vicki Bruce;Tim Valentine;Alan Baddeley.
Applied Cognitive Psychology (1987)
The effect of race, inversion and encoding activity upon face recognition.
Tim Valentine;Vicki Bruce.
Acta Psychologica (1986)
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