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Volume 30, Issue30/8September, 2017
Digital Edition

A Change of Face: New Approaches to Measuring Face Recognition and Identification

A change in hairstyle, lighting, or even facial expression may alter a person’s appearance so drastically that they look like someone else. Scientists are now developing face-recognition measures that account for these variations… More

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Volume 30, Issue30/8September, 2017

Digital Edition

  • Suparna Rajaram

    The 2017-2018 APS Board

    Suparna Rajaram is the new APS President. Susan Goldin-Meadow becomes Immediate Past President. Barbara G. Tversky becomes President-Elect, and Stacey Sinclair and Howard M. Weiss begin 3-year terms as Members-at-Large.

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  • Identifying the Super-Recognizers

    Scientists studying the human limitations of face perception have also uncovered a population of people with a remarkable knack for placing a face — a skill now being tapped by police in London… More

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New Book

Careful: A User’s Guide to Our Injury-Prone Minds by Steve Casner; Penguin Random House, May 23, 2017… More

CRFP Alumni in Their Own Words

Elizabeth Salmon is a postdoctoral Consortium Research Fellow working in the Personnel Assessment Research Unit (PARU) within the US Army… More

‘I Can’t Do This’

It’s a little hard to tell what’s a failure and what’s just something that is shifting your life in a… More