Car Matching Test, This is a delayed match to sample test, producing very large inversion effects (around 25%). Such large inversion effects are typically found only with faces and rarely (if ever) with non-face objects.,
Rezlescu, C., Chapman, A. F., Susilo, T., & Caramazza, A. (2016, December 8). Large inversion effects are not specific to faces and do not vary with object expertise. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/xzbe5, Costi, Rezlescu,
Face Composite Test, ,
Rezlescu, C.0., Susilo, T.0., Wilmer, J., & Caramazza, A. (2017). The Inversion, Part-Whole, And Composite Effects Reflect Distinct Perceptual Mechanisms With Varied Relationships To Face Recognition.. Journal Of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception And Performance, 43(12), 1961-1973. DOI:10.1037/xhp0000400, Costi, Rezlescu,
Cambridge Face Memory Test (Original), Cambridge Face Memory Test (Original),
Duchaine, B., & Nakayama, K. (2006). The Cambridge Face Memory Test: Results For Neurologically Intact Individuals And An Investigation Of Its Validity Using Inverted Face Stimuli And Prosopagnosic Participants. Neuropsychologia, 44(4), 576-585. DOI:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2005.07.001, Brad, Duchaine,
Cambridge Face Perception Test (40s), The CFPT measures face identity perception using items requiring sorting of morphed faces based on similarity to a target face. It consists of eight upright items and eight inverted items. Participants in the original version of the CFPT had 60 seconds for each item, but in this version, the duration has been reduced to 40s to speed up the task and reduce differences in scores due to persistence.,
Duchaine, B., Yovel, G., & Nakayama, K. (2007). No Global Processing Deficit In The Navon Task In 14 Developmental Prosopagnosics. Social Cognitive And Affective Neuroscience, 2(2), 104-113. DOI:10.1093/scan/nsm003, Brad, Duchaine,
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Face Matching 60 trials - upright and inverted, Participants are asked to match one of three test faces (side view) with a target face (frontal view) in terms of identity. All stimuli are grayscale male faces with a standard black cap to cover the hair. Participants first see the target face for 400 msec, followed immediately by the three simultaneously presented test images images for 2,000 msec, and they have unlimited time to select a response. The chance level is 33.3% and the test has 60 upright trials and 60 inverted trials (randomized presentation).,
Rezlescu, C., Susilo, T., Wilmer, J. B., & Caramazza, A. (2017). The inversion, part-whole, and composite effects reflect distinct perceptual mechanisms with varied relationships to face recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 43(12), 1961., Costi, Rezlescu,
Face Matching 40 trials - upright and inverted, Participants are asked to match one of three test faces (side view) to a target face (frontal view). All stimuli are grayscale male faces with a standard black cap to cover the hair. Participants first saw the target face for 400ms, followed immediately by the three simultaneously presented test faces for 2000ms. Participants have unlimited time to respond. There are 40 upright trials and 40 inverted trials that are randomized.,
Rezlescu, C., Chapman, A., Susilo, T., & Caramazza, A. (2016). Large Inversion Effects Are Not Specific To Faces And Do Not Vary With Object ExpertiseDOI:10.31234/osf.io/xzbe5, Costi, Rezlescu,
Backward masking task, This task consists in the rapid presentation of three categories of objects: bodies, chairs and plants.
Images are directly followed by masks with black and white random shapes.
Participants must indicate what they think was on the image they just saw, as fast and accurately as possible. For that, they are allowed to press one of three keys, each key assigned to one category.
The experiment starts with two familiarization phases, the first one with the presentation of the images slowed down, the second one with the timing of the actual experiment.
Participant have the opportunity to take short pauses during the test.
If you use this task or stimuli please cite the following articles:,
Papeo, L., Stein, T., & Soto-Faraco, S. (2017). The two-body inversion effect. Psychological science, 28(3), 369-379. https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797616685769
Papeo, L., & Abassi, E. (2019). Seeing social events: The visual specialization for dyadic human–human interactions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 45(7), 877., L. Papeo, Team,
CFMT-KIDS, Formatted like the original CFMT for adults, but uses children's faces. Best used for ages 9-12, but normed for ages 7-12.,
Dalrymple, K., Corrow, S., Yonas, A., & Duchaine, B. (2012). Developmental Prosopagnosia In Childhood. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 29(5-6), 393-418. DOI:10.1080/02643294.2012.722547, Kirsten, Dalrymple,
CBMT: Cambridge Bicycle Memory Test, Same format as the original CFMT, but contains bicycles instead of faces. Difficulty level best matched for kids ages 9-12 years, but has been normed on kids ages 7-12 years. Matched in format and difficulty to CFMT-Kids.,
Dalrymple, K., Elison, J., & Duchaine, B. (2017). Face-Specific And Domain-General Visual Processing Deficits In Children With Developmental Prosopagnosia. Quarterly Journal Of Experimental Psychology, 70(2), 259-275. DOI:10.1080/17470218.2015.1122642, Kirsten, Dalrymple,
Relational memory: testing the formation of transitive inference pairs, This is part 2 - testing phase. This will examine the formation of transitive inference pairs following the learning of premise pairs in part 1 (training).,
, Abbey, Jenkins,
Relational memory: training of premise pairs, This is part 1/2 - training phase. During this experiment you will learn premises, of which you will be tested on during part 2 (testing).,
, Abbey, Jenkins,
CFMT-Chinese, Chinese face version of the CFMT - standardized face recognition task.
NOT for public distribution. Faces may not be reused for other tasks.,
Mckone, E., Stokes, S., Liu, J., Cohan, S., Fiorentini, C., Pidcock, M., Yovel, G., Broughton, M., & Pelleg, M. (2012). A Robust Method Of Measuring Other-Race And Other-Ethnicity Effects: The Cambridge Face Memory Test Format. Plos One, 7(10), e47956. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0047956
Mckone, E., Wan, L., Robbins, R., Crookes, K., & Liu, J. (2017). Diagnosing Prosopagnosia In East Asian Individuals: Norms For The Cambridge Face Memory Test–Chinese. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 34(5), 253-268. DOI:10.1080/02643294.2017.1371682, Rachel, Robbins,