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Cross-race face recognition

Publications.

MacLin, O. H. & Malpass, R. S. (2001). Racial Categorization of Faces: The Ambiguous Race Face Effect. Psychology, Public Policy and Law, 7(1), 98-118.

MacLin, O. H., Malpass, R. S. & MacLin, M. K. (2001). Race, arousal, attention, exposure, and delay: An examination of factors moderating face recognition. Psychology, Public Policy and Law. 7(1), 134-152.

Malpass, R.S. (1992). "They all look alike to me". In M. Merrens and G. Brannigan (Eds.) The Undaunted Psychologist. (pp. 74-88). New York: McGraw-Hill. Abstract

Malpass, R. S. (1990). An excursion into utilitarian analysis. Behavior Science Research, 24, 1-15.

Bothwell, R. K., Brigham, J.C. and Malpass, R.S. (1989). Cross-racial identification. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 15, 19 - 25.

Devine, P.G., and Malpass, R.S. (1985). Orienting strategies in differential face recognition. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 11, 33-40.

Brigham, J.C., and Malpass, R.S. (1985). The role of experience and contact in the recognition of faces of own- and other-race persons. Journal of Social Issues, 41(3), 139 - 155.

Malpass, R.S. (1979). A cross-cultural face recognition field manual: Description and a validation study. In L.H. Eckensberger, W.J. Lonner, and Y.H. Poortinga (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Contributions to Psychology: Selected Papers from the Fourth International Conference of IACCP. (pp. 27-39). Amsterdam: Swets Zeitlinger.

Malpass, R.S. (1975). Face recognition studied cross-culturally can enrich our understanding of basic processes. In J.W. Berry, and W.J. Lonner (Eds.), Applied Cross-Cultural Psychology: Selected Papers from the Second International Conference of IACCP. (pp. 189-193). Amsterdam: Swets Zeitlinger.

Malpass, R.S. (1974). Racial bias in eyewitness identification? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1, 42-44.

Malpass, R.S., Lavigueur, H., and Weldon, D.E. (1973). Verbal and visual training in face recognition. Perception and Psychophysics, 14, 285-292.

Malpass, R.S., and Kravitz, J. (1969). Recognition for faces of own and other "race". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 13, 330-334.

Presentations.

MacLin, O. H., Malpass, R. S., & MacLin, M. K. (June, 2001). A further examination of the ambiguous race face effect. Paper presented in C. Meissner (Chair), Basic and applied aspects of the own-race bias in memory for faces. Symposium presented at the fourth biennial meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Kroeger, B., MacLin, O. H., & Malpass, R. S. (June, 2001). Criminality analog to the cross-race effect. In C. Meissner (Chair), Basic and applied aspects of the own-race bias in memory for faces. Symposium presented at the fourth biennial meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Kroeger, B. J., MacLin, O. H., & Malpass, R. S. (April, 2001). Criminality effect and the other-race face effect. Paper presented at the 2001 Convention of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. Reno, NV.

MacLin, M. K., MacLin, O. H., & Malpass, R. S. (April, 2001). Using the implicit association test to assess ambiguous race faces. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Convention. Reno, NV.

MacLin, M. K., MacLin, O. H., Malpass, R. S. & Bustamante, G. (April, 2001). The effect of positive versus negative arousal on same-race face recognition. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Convention, Reno, NV.

Malpass, R.S. (2001, February). Racial Categorization of Faces: The Ambiguous Race Face Effect. Paper presented at the meetings of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research, San Diego, CA.

Herrera, V., McQuiston, D.E., MacLin, O H. & Malpass, R.S. (2000, April). Examining The Cross-Race Effect Using Racially Ambiguous Faces. Poster presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.

Honaker, S., Herrera, V., MacLin, O.H. & Malpass, R.S. (2000, April). Gender Classification and the Cross-Race Effect. Poster presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.

Holguin, S., McQuiston, D.E., MacLin, O.H. & Malpass, R.S. (2000, April). Racial Classification of Racially Ambiguous Faces. Poster presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.

MacLin, O.H., Honaker, S, MacLin, M.K. & Malpass, R.S. (2000, April). Arousal, Attention, Race, and Face Recognition: Implications for Weapon Focus. Poster presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.

MacLin, O. H., Malpass, R. S., Honaker, S., & McQuiston, D. E. (March, 2000). Another attempt to understand the cross-race effect. In J. C. Brigham (Chair), What do we know about the own-race bias in face recognition? Symposium conducted at the 2000 Biennial Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Division 41 of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Dunning, D., Li, J. & Malpass, R.S. (1998, March). Basketball fandom and cross-race identification among European-Americans: Another look at the contact hypothesis. Paper presented at the biennial conference of the American Psychology-Law Society. Redondo Beach, California.

Malpass, R.S. (1993, September). Towards understanding cross-racial recognition. Paper presented at the International Conference on Face Processing, Cardiff, Wales.

-note: Authors name in Italics indicates that the author was a student at the time of publication / presentation.

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