David White
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Variability in photos of the same face
R Jenkins, D White, X Van Montfort, AM Burton
Cognition 121 (3), 313-323, 2011
The Glasgow face matching test
AM Burton, D White, A McNeill
Behavior research methods 42 (1), 286-291, 2010
Passport officers’ errors in face matching
D White, RI Kemp, R Jenkins, M Matheson, AM Burton
PLOS ONE 9 (8), e103510, 2014
Robust representations for face recognition: The power of averages
AM Burton, R Jenkins, PJB Hancock, D White
Cognitive Psychology 51 (3), 256-284, 2005
Face recognition accuracy of forensic examiners, superrecognizers, and face recognition algorithms
PJ Phillips, AN Yates, Y Hu, CA Hahn, E Noyes, K Jackson, JG Cavazos, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (24), 6171-6176, 2018
Perceptual expertise in forensic facial image comparison
D White, PJ Phillips, CA Hahn, M Hill, AJ O'Toole
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1814), 1814-1822, 2015
To which world regions does the valence–dominance model of social perception apply?
BC Jones, LM DeBruine, JK Flake, MT Liuzza, J Antfolk, NC Arinze, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (1), 159-169, 2021
Error Rates in Users of Automatic Face Recognition Software
D White, JD Dunn, AC Schmid, RI Kemp
PLOS ONE 10 (10), e0139827, 2015
The other-race effect does not rely on memory: Evidence from a matching task
AM Megreya, D White, AM Burton
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (8), 1473-1483, 2011
Feedback training for facial image comparison
D White, RI Kemp, R Jenkins, AM Burton
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 21 (1), 100-106, 2014
Evaluating the feature comparison strategy for forensic face identification
A Towler, D White, RI Kemp
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 23 (2), 47-58, 2017
Super‐recognizers: From the lab to the world and back again
M Ramon, AK Bobak, D White
British journal of psychology 110 (3), 461-479, 2019
Redesigning photo-ID to improve unfamiliar face matching performance.
D White, AM Burton, R Jenkins, RI Kemp
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 20 (2), 166-173, 2014
Do professional facial image comparison training courses work?
A Towler, RI Kemp, AM Burton, JD Dunn, T Wayne, R Moreton, D White
PloS one 14 (2), e0211037, 2019
Thinking forensics: Cognitive science for forensic practitioners
G Edmond, A Towler, B Growns, G Ribeiro, B Found, D White, ...
Science & Justice 57 (2), 144-154, 2017
Viewers base estimates of face matching accuracy on their own familiarity: Explaining the photo-ID paradox
KL Ritchie, FG Smith, R Jenkins, M Bindemann, D White, AM Burton
Cognition 141, 161-169, 2015
Variation in photos of the same face drives improvements in identity verification
N Menon, D White, RI Kemp
Perception 44 (11), 1332-1341, 2015
Model forensic science
G Edmond, B Found, K Martire, K Ballantyne, D Hamer, R Searston, ...
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 48 (5), 496-537, 2016
Crowd effects in unfamiliar face matching
D White, AM Burton, RI Kemp, ROB Jenkins
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (6), 769-777, 2013
Evaluating training methods for facial image comparison: The face shape strategy does not work
A Towler, D White, RI Kemp
Perception 43 (2), 214-218, 2014
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