Face recognition is robust with incongruent image resolution: Relationship to security video images

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Authors: Liu, C.H., Seetzen, H., Burton, A.M. and Chaudhuri, A.

Journal: J Exp Psychol Appl

Volume: 9

Issue: 1

Pages: 33-41

ISSN: 1076-898X

Identifying a criminal captured on conventional security video typically requires matching poor-quality video footage against a high-quality photograph. The authors examined the consequence of such a large discrepancy in image quality. Recognition and matching performance of this incongruent-quality condition was compared with that of a congruent one, in which a high-quality photograph was reduced to a low-quality video. Recognition memory was little affected by this manipulation, whereas matching performance of the incongruent condition enjoyed occasional advantage. The results show that person identification can tolerate a large discrepancy between image qualities of matching stimuli when one of the images is of poor quality.

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Authors: Liu, C.H., Burton, A.M., Seetzen, H. and Chaudhuri, A.

Journal: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied

Volume: 9

Issue: 1

Pages: 33-41

ISSN: 1076-898X

DOI: 10.1037/1076-898X.9.1.33

Identifying a criminal captured on conventional security video typically requires matching poor-quality video footage against a high-quality photograph. The authors examined the consequence of such a large discrepancy in image quality. Recognition and matching performance of this incongruent-quality condition was compared with that of a congruent one, in which a high-quality photograph was reduced to a low-quality video. Recognition memory was little affected by this manipulation, whereas matching performance of the incongruent condition enjoyed occasional advantage. The results show that person identification can tolerate a large discrepancy between image qualities of matching stimuli when one of the images is of poor quality.

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Authors: Liu, C.H., Seetzen, H., Burton, A.M. and Chaudhuri, A.

Journal: JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED

Volume: 9

Issue: 1

Pages: 33-41

ISSN: 1076-898X

DOI: 10.1037/1076-898X.9.1.33

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Authors: Liu, C.H., Seetzen, H., Burton, A.M. and Chaudhuri, A.

Journal: Journal of experimental psychology. Applied

Volume: 9

Issue: 1

Pages: 33-41

eISSN: 1939-2192

ISSN: 1076-898X

Identifying a criminal captured on conventional security video typically requires matching poor-quality video footage against a high-quality photograph. The authors examined the consequence of such a large discrepancy in image quality. Recognition and matching performance of this incongruent-quality condition was compared with that of a congruent one, in which a high-quality photograph was reduced to a low-quality video. Recognition memory was little affected by this manipulation, whereas matching performance of the incongruent condition enjoyed occasional advantage. The results show that person identification can tolerate a large discrepancy between image qualities of matching stimuli when one of the images is of poor quality.

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