Tessa R. Flack, PH.D., is a Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Lincoln. She completed her Ph.D. at University of York, UK. From there she worked at Durham University before moving to Lincoln in 2018. Her work focuses on face learning, and where and how faces are processed in the brain. Tessa uses a range of behavioral and neuroimaging methods, to investigate the link between how our brain represents faces, and how this relates to our behavior.
The authors detail some of the most up-to date research on issues that are key to the use of photos in making positive identification of a person.