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Professor Andrea Hildebrandt

Andrea Hildebrandt is Professor of Psychological Methods and Statistics at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany. For the duration of her Visiting Fellowship she is hosted by the University of Kent.

Dr Andrea HildebrandtDuring her time in the UK, Professor Hildebrandt will cooperate with Dr Markus Bindemann to address the construct validity of forensic face-matching ability. Forensic face matching requires identity comparison of simultaneously presented faces that are unknown to the viewer.

This routine task at passport control and in police investigations is prone to error. It is also subject to broad individual differences, even among professionals. These individual differences have been researched extensively, but forensic face matching is still poorly understood as a psychological construct. The collaboration with Dr Bindemann aims at closing this gap.

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