Psychological and computational perspectives on recognition of moving faces

Abstract

Our knowledge of object, scene and face recognition is largely based on studies that have used static stimuli. However, in reality, motion and change are fundamental aspects of our world. Do our perceptual/cognitive systems make use of these real world dynamics? The purpose of this symposium is to showcase a number of research projects from both Psychology and Computer Science that explore the impact of motion on our perception and representation of faces.


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