Karen Lander
Karen Lander
Senior lecturer, School of Psychological Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk
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The role of movement in the recognition of famous faces
K Lander, F Christie, V Bruce
Memory & cognition 27 (6), 974-985, 1999
Putting the face to the voice': Matching identity across modality
M Kamachi, H Hill, K Lander, E Vatikiotis-Bateson
Current Biology 13 (19), 1709-1714, 2003
Recognizing famous faces: Exploring the benefits of facial motion
K Lander, V Bruce
Ecological Psychology 12 (4), 259-272, 2000
Evaluating the effectiveness of pixelation and blurring on masking the identity of familiar faces
K Lander, V Bruce, H Hill
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2001
Why are moving faces easier to recognize?
K Lander, L Chuang
Visual Cognition 12 (3), 429-442, 2005
The role of motion in learning new faces
K Lander, V Bruce
Visual Cognition 10 (8), 897-912, 2003
Investigating predictors of superior face recognition ability in police super‐recognisers
JP Davis, K Lander, R Evans, A Jansari
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (6), 827-840, 2016
It's not what you say but the way you say it: Matching faces and voices.
K Lander, H Hill, M Kamachi, E Vatikiotis-Bateson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (4), 905, 2007
The influence of positive and negative facial expressions on face familiarity
K Lander, S Metcalfe
Memory 15 (1), 63-69, 2007
Relating visual and vocal attractiveness for moving and static faces
K Lander
Animal Behaviour 75 (3), 817-822, 2008
Exploring the role of characteristic motion when learning new faces
K Lander, R Davies
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 60 (4), 519-526, 2007
Repetition priming from moving faces
K Lander, V Bruce
Memory & Cognition 32 (4), 640-647, 2004
Recognizing face identity from natural and morphed smiles
K Lander, L Chuang, L Wickham
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59 (5), 801-808, 2006
Independence of face identity and expression processing: exploring the role of motion
K Lander, N Butcher
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 255, 2015
Exploring the role of motion in prosopagnosia: recognizing, learning and matching faces
K Lander, GW Humphreys, V Bruce
A Reader in Visual Agnosia, 263-274, 2016
Movement cues aid face recognition in developmental prosopagnosia.
RJ Bennetts, N Butcher, K Lander, R Udale, S Bate
Neuropsychology 29 (6), 855, 2015
Does face familiarity influence speechreadability?
K Lander, R Davies
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (7), 961-967, 2008
Exploring the motion advantage: evaluating the contribution of familiarity and differences in facial motion
N Butcher, K Lander
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (5), 919-929, 2017
Famous face recognition, face matching, and extraversion
K Lander, S Poyarekar
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (9), 1769-1776, 2015
Matching faces with emotional expressions
W Chen, K Lander, CH Liu
Frontiers in psychology 2, 206, 2011
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