Consolidation, wider reflection, and policy : response to ‘super-recognisers: from the lab to the world and back again’

Robertson, D. J. and Bindemann, M. (2019) Consolidation, wider reflection, and policy : response to ‘super-recognisers: from the lab to the world and back again’. British Journal of Psychology. ISSN 0007-1269 (In Press)

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    Abstract

    Here, David Robertson and Markus Bindemann respond to a recent BJP Target Article on ‘super-recognisers’ (SRs). They outline the need to consider human factors that could influence SR performance after selection, and the need for a co-ordinated effort to ensure best practice in the implementation of SRs in applied contexts.