Alice O'Toole is the Aage and Margareta Møller Professor in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences and fellow of the Association for Psychological Science (APS). She writes in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, and computational vision. She is also the Principal Investigator of the Face Perception Research Lab. Her research interests include perception, memory, and cognition, "with special interests in recognition memory for faces."

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Recent Submissions

  • Social Trait Information in Deep Convolutional Neural Networks Trained for Face Identification 

    Parde, Connor J.; Hu, Ying; Castillo, C.; Sankaranarayanan, S.; O'Toole, Alice J. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2019-05-27)
    Faces provide information about a person's identity, as well as their sex, age, and ethnicity. People also infer social and personality traits from the face — judgments that can have important societal and personal ...
  • Face Recognition Accuracy of Forensic Examiners, Superrecognizers, and Face Recognition Algorithms 

    Phillips, P. J.; Yates, A. N.; Hu, Ying; Hahn, Carina A.; Noyes, Eilidh; Jackson, Kelsey; Cavazos, Jacqueline G.; Jeckeln, Géraldine; Ranjan, R.; Sankaranarayanan, S.; Chen, J. -C; Castillo, C. D.; Chellappa, R.; White, D.; O'Toole, Alice J.
    Achieving the upper limits of face identification accuracy in forensic applications can minimize errors that have profound social and personal consequences. Although forensic examiners identify faces in these applications, ...