Markus Bindemann
Markus Bindemann
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Kent
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Faces retain attention
M Bindemann, AM Burton, ITC Hooge, R Jenkins, EHF De Haan
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 12 (6), 1048-1053, 2005
Viewpoint and center of gravity affect eye movements to human faces
M Bindemann, C Scheepers, AM Burton
Journal of Vision 9 (2), 7-7, 2009
Scene and screen center bias early eye movements in scene viewing
M Bindemann
Vision research 50 (23), 2577-2587, 2010
How do eye gaze and facial expression interact?
M Bindemann, A Mike Burton, SRH Langton
Visual Cognition 16 (6), 708-733, 2008
The control of attention to faces
M Bindemann, AM Burton, SRH Langton, SR Schweinberger, MJ Doherty
Journal of vision 7 (10), 15-15, 2007
Brain potential correlates of face recognition: Geometric distortions and the N250r brain response to stimulus repetitions
M Bindemann, AM Burton, H Leuthold, SR Schweinberger
Psychophysiology 45 (4), 535-544, 2008
Me, myself, and I: Different recognition rates for three photo-IDs of the same person
M Bindemann, A Sandford
Perception 40 (5), 625-627, 2011
Capacity limits for face processing
M Bindemann, AM Burton, R Jenkins
Cognition 98 (2), 177-197, 2005
Sex differences in unfamiliar face identification: Evidence from matching tasks
AM Megreya, M Bindemann, C Havard
Acta psychologica 137 (1), 83-89, 2011
Who can recognize unfamiliar faces? Individual differences and observer consistency in person identification.
M Bindemann, M Avetisyan, T Rakow
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 18 (3), 277, 2012
Species identification by experts and non-experts: comparing images from field guides
GE Austen, M Bindemann, RA Griffiths, DL Roberts
Scientific Reports 6, 33634, 2016
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
Revisiting the processing of internal and external features of unfamiliar faces: The headscarf effect
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
Perception 38 (12), 1831-1848, 2009
The effect of feedback on face‐matching accuracy
HM Alenezi, M Bindemann
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (6), 735-753, 2013
Face, body, and center of gravity mediate person detection in natural scenes.
M Bindemann, C Scheepers, HJ Ferguson, AM Burton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (6 …, 2010
Individual differences in personality and face identification
AM Megreya, M Bindemann
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (1), 30-37, 2013
Finding needles in haystacks: identity mismatch frequency and facial identity verification.
M Bindemann, M Avetisyan, KA Blackwell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 16 (4), 378, 2010
Gaze perception requires focused attention: Evidence from an interference task.
AM Burton, M Bindemann, SRH Langton, SR Schweinberger, R Jenkins
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (1), 108, 2009
Individual differences in face identification postdict eyewitness accuracy
M Bindemann, C Brown, T Koyas, A Russ
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 1 (2), 96-103, 2012
The Kent face matching test
MC Fysh, M Bindemann
British Journal of Psychology 109 (2), 219-231, 2018
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