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A measure of delayed face memory. In the first part of this test, participants were shown 20 faces that they were asked to identify for immediate recall (CPF . Now, during the delayed recall (CPFd , participants are shown a series, one at a time, of 40 faces: the 20 study stimuli/faces they were asked to memorize and 20 novel faces, all of which are different from the 20 distracters shown during the CPF. The participants’ task is to decide whether they have seen each face before by clicking one of four buttons, presented in a 4-point scale: “definitely yes”, “probably yes”, “probably no” and “definitely no,” using the mouse. There is one alternate form of the CPFd: the CPFd-b.


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