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if you were in the External condition.. one of 3 conditions 35% 19.5 % Whole composite External Internal youd get 40 of these to match one at a time to the celebrity pic Experiment 1 10 celebrities one at a time Bruce et al (1988)

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External Experiment 2 10 celebrities so these are familiar people internal features should be easier 42% foils these would be (hard/similar) Internal 24% + 6 more

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Conclusions: People performed equally well with external features or whole faces but had a problem with just internal features. There may be something about internal features that makes reconstructions difficult. These results hold true whether or not the person is familiar. Contradicts some earlier results.

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