Title

Facial Recognition as It Relates to the Obstruction of Holistic Processing by Partial Occlusion

Location

Statesboro Campus, Russell Union, Room 2080, Session 3

Document Type and Release Option

Thesis Presentation (Open Access)

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Ty Boyer

Faculty Mentor Email

tboyer@georgiasouthern.edu

Presentation Year

2022

Start Date

22-4-2022 2:45 PM

End Date

22-4-2022 3:45 PM

Description

Facial information and recognition is an important cognitive function that aids face-to-face communication. Holistic processing and featural processing have been experimentally manipulated in various ways to determine which of these processing styles aid with accurate recognition. This study explores the effects that partial occlusion has on facial processing and recognition.

Academic Unit

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

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Facial Recognition as It Relates to the Obstruction of Holistic Processing by Partial Occlusion

Statesboro Campus, Russell Union, Room 2080, Session 3

Facial information and recognition is an important cognitive function that aids face-to-face communication. Holistic processing and featural processing have been experimentally manipulated in various ways to determine which of these processing styles aid with accurate recognition. This study explores the effects that partial occlusion has on facial processing and recognition.