By Michael J. Wenger, James T. Townsend
In the final 3 a long time, curiosity within the mental adventure of human faces has drawn jointly cognitive technology researchers from diversified backgrounds. desktop scientists seek advice from neural scientists who draw at the paintings of mathematicians who explicitly impact these accomplishing behavioral experiments. The chapters during this quantity illustrate the breadth of the learn on facial belief and reminiscence, with the emphasis being on mathematical and computational techniques. In pulling jointly those chapters, the editors sought to do even more than illustrate breadth. They endeavored besides to demonstrate the synergies and tensions that unavoidably consequence from adopting a wide view, one in keeping with the rising self-discipline of cognitive technology.
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Although each of these dimensions has been the focus of decades of research effort, only recently has it been possible to empirically assess performance in a way that supports the simultaneous characterization of processing on sev eral of these dimensions simultaneously (see Townsend & Nozawa, 1995). Wenger and Townsend (chap. 7, this volume) present one of the first ap plications of that theoretical and empirical technology outside its original domain (see also Nozawa, Hughes, & Townsend, 1997; Nozawa, ReuterLorenz, & Hughes, 1995) and illustrates how the theoretical and empirical technology can be applied to a facial processing task (feature detection in this case).
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