Increased use of hand held devices may call for new photo guidelines

Scientists have found new evidence that people spot a face in the crowd more quickly when teeth are visible -- whether smiling or grimacing -- than a face with a particular facial expression. The new findings, published in the Journal of Vision, counters the long held "face-in -the-crowd" effect that suggests only angry looking faces are detected more readily in a crowd.

Increased use of hand held devices may call for new photo guidelines

Viewing Facebook and Flickr photos on a smart phone are becoming common practice. But according to a recently published Journal of Vision study, pictures on the small screen often appear distorted. ...

Wed 13 Jun 12 from Phys.org

Increased use of hand held devices may call for new photo guidelines, Wed 13 Jun 12 from e! Science News

Increased use of hand held devices may call for new photo guidelines, Wed 13 Jun 12 from ScienceDaily

Increased Use of Hand Held Devices May Call for New Photo: Study Shows Perceptual Distortions Occur Because of Viewing Distance, Wed 13 Jun 12 from Newswise

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A toothy grin or angry snarl makes it easy to stand out in a crowd: Visible teeth are key

Scientists have found new evidence that people spot a face in the crowd more quickly when teeth are visible ? whether smiling or grimacing ? than a face with a particular facial expression. ...

Thu 14 Jun 12 from ScienceDaily

A Toothy Grin or Angry Snarl Makes It Easy to Stand Out in a Crowd: New Study Finds Visible Teeth Are Key to Identifying a Face in a Large Group, Thu 14 Jun 12 from Newswise

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