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    1. Blair, RJR; Frith, U; Smith, N; Abell, F; Cipolotti, L
      Fractionation of visual memory: agency detection and its impairment in autism

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    2. Ellis, HD; Lewis, MB
      Capgras delusion: a window on face recognition

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    3. Laeng, B; Rouw, R
      Canonical views of faces and the cerebral hemispheres

      LATERALITY
    4. Nunn, JA; Postma, P; Pearson, R
      Developmental prosopagnosia: Should it be taken at face value?

      NEUROCASE
    5. Rammsayer, TH
      Effects of pharmacologically induced changes in NMDA-receptor activity on long-term memory in humans

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    6. Miller, L
      Not just malingering: Syndrome diagnosis in traumatic brain injury litigation

      NEUROREHABILITATION
    7. Campanella, S; Joassin, F; Rossion, B; De Volder, A; Bruyer, R; Crommelinck, M
      Association of the distinct visual representations of faces and names: A PET activation study

      NEUROIMAGE
    8. Maguire, EA; Frith, CD; Cipolotti, L
      Distinct neural systems for the encoding and recognition of topography andfaces

      NEUROIMAGE
    9. Marotta, JJ; Genovese, CR; Behrmann, M
      A functional MRI study of face recognition in patients with prosopagnosia

      NEUROREPORT
    10. Gauthier, I; Nelson, CA
      The development of face expertise

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    11. Tanaka, JW; Curran, T
      A neural basis for expert object recognition

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    12. Sagiv, N; Bentin, S
      Structural encoding of human and schematic faces: Holistic and part-based processes

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    13. Dade, LA; Jones-Gotman, M
      Face learning and memory: The twins test

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    14. Buchtel, HA
      Left and right hemisphere contributions to physiognomic and verbal discrimination

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    15. Everhart, DE; Shucard, JL; Quatrin, T; Shucard, DW
      Sex-related differences in event-related potentials, face recognition, andfacial affect processing in prepubertal children

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    16. Simons, JS; Graham, KS; Galton, CJ; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      Semantic knowledge and episodic memory for faces in semantic dementia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    17. Tanaka, JW
      The entry point of face recognition: Evidence for face expertise

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    18. Cohen, JD; Tong, F
      Neuroscience - The face of controversy

      SCIENCE
    19. Herholz, K; Ehlen, P; Kessler, J; Strotmann, T; Kalbe, E; Markowitsch, HJ
      Learning face-name associations and the effect of age and performance: a PET activation study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    20. Chatterjee, A; Farah, MJ
      Face module, face network - The cognitive architecture of the brain revealed through studies of face processing

      NEUROLOGY
    21. Mendez, MF; Ghajarnia, M
      Agnosia for familiar faces and odors in a patient with right temporal lobedysfunction

      NEUROLOGY
    22. Nyffeler, T; Leemann, B; Schnider, A
      The professor or the resident? A misidentification of two faces

      NEUROLOGY
    23. Carlesimo, GA; Fadda, L; Turriziani, P; Tomaiuolo, F; Caltagirone, C
      Selective sparing of face learning in a global amnesic patient

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    24. Wada, Y; Yamamoto, T
      Selective impairment of facial recognition due to a haematoma restricted to the right fusiform and lateral occipital region

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    25. Barton, JJS
      Discrimination of spatial relations and features in faces: Effects of inversion and viewing duration

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Shah, NJ; Marshall, JC; Zafiris, O; Schwab, A; Zilles, K; Markowitsch, HJ; Fink, GR
      The neural correlates of person familiarity - A functional magnetic resonance imaging study with clinical implications

      BRAIN
    27. Gorno-Tempini, ML; Price, CJ
      Identification of famous faces and buildings - A functional neuroimaging study of semantically unique items

      BRAIN
    28. de Gelder, B; Rouw, R
      Beyond localisation: a dynamical dual route account of face recognition

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    29. Assal, G
      Prosopagnosia

      BULLETIN DE L ACADEMIE NATIONALE DE MEDECINE
    30. Verstichel, P
      Impaired recognition of faces following right and left hemispheric lesions: covert recognition, feeling of knowing, and respective function of each hemisphere

      BULLETIN DE L ACADEMIE NATIONALE DE MEDECINE
    31. Eimer, M
      Event-related brain potentials distinguish processing stages involved in face perception and recognition

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    32. Keenan, JP; Wheeler, MA; Gallup, GG; Pascual-Leone, A
      Self-recognition and the right prefrontal cortex

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    33. McMullen, PA; Fisk, JD; Phillips, SJ; Maloney, WJ
      Apperceptive agnosia and face recognition

      NEUROCASE
    34. Kanwisher, N
      Domain specificity in face perception

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    35. Tarr, MJ; Gauthier, I
      FFA: a flexible fusiform area for subordinate-level visual processing automatized by expertise

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    36. Gauthier, I; Skudlarski, P; Gore, JC; Anderson, AW
      Expertise for cars and birds recruits brain areas involved in face recognition

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Halgren, E; Raij, T; Marinkovic, K; Jousmaki, V; Hari, R
      Cognitive response profile of the human fusiform face area as determined by MEG

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    38. de Gelder, B; Rouw, R
      Configural face processes in acquired and developmental prosopagnosia: evidence for two separate face systems?

      NEUROREPORT
    39. Eimer, M
      The face-specific N170 component reflects late stages in the structural encoding of faces

      NEUROREPORT
    40. Duchaine, BC
      Developmental prosopagnosia with normal configural processing

      NEUROREPORT
    41. Mouchetant-Rostaing, Y; Giard, MH; Bentin, S; Aguera, PE; Pernier, J
      Neurophysiological correlates of face gender processing in humans

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    42. Eimer, M
      Effects of face inversion on the structural encoding and recognition of faces - Evidence from event-related brain potentials

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    43. Spillmann, L; Laskowski, W; Lange, KW; Kasper, E; Schmidt, D
      Stroke-blind for colors, faces and locations: Partial recovery after threeyears

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    44. Ishai, A; Ungerleider, LG; Martin, A; Haxby, JV
      The representation of objects in the human occipital and temporal cortex

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    45. Cooper, EE; Wojan, TJ
      Differences in the coding of spatial relations in face identification and basic-level object recognition

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    46. Neuner, F; Schweinberger, SR
      Neuropsychological impairments in the recognition of faces, voices, and personal names

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    47. de Gelder, B; Pourtois, G; Vroomen, J; Bachoud-Levi, AC
      Covert processing of faces in prosopagnosia is restricted to facial expressions: Evidence from cross-modal bias

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    48. Rapcsak, SZ; Kaszniak, AW
      Searching for the neural correlates of consciousness: Clues from face recognition research

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    49. De Renzi, E
      Disorders of visual recognition

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    50. Young, AW
      Wondrous strange: The neuropsychology of abnormal beliefs

      MIND & LANGUAGE
    51. Bentin, S; Deouell, LY
      Structural encoding and identification in face processing: ERP evidence for separate mechanisms

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    52. Breen, N; Caine, D; Coltheart, M
      Models of face recognition and delusional misidentification: A critical review

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    53. Farah, MJ; Rabinowitz, C; Quinn, GE; Liu, GT
      Early commitment of neural substrates for face recognition

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    54. Gauthier, I; Tarr, MJ; Moylan, J; Anderson, AW; Skudlarski, P; Gore, JC
      Does visual subordinate-level categorisation engage the functionally defined fusiform face area?

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    55. Tippett, LJ; Miller, LA; Farah, MJ
      Prosopamnesia: A selective impairment in face learning

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    56. Campanella, S; Hanoteau, C; Depy, D; Rossion, B; Bruyer, R; Crommelinck, M; Guerit, JM
      Right N170 modulation in a face discrimination task: An account for categorical perception of familiar faces

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    57. de Gelder, B; Rouw, R
      Paradoxical configuration effects for faces and objects in prosopagnosia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    58. Peirce, JW; Leigh, AE; Kendrick, KM
      Configurational coding, familiarity and the right hemisphere advantage forface recognition in sheep

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    59. Katanoda, K; Yoshikawa, K; Sugishita, M
      Neural substrates for the recognition of newly learned faces: a functionalMRI study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    60. Nakamura, K; Kawashima, R; Sato, N; Nakamura, A; Sugiura, M; Kato, T; Hatano, K; Ito, K; Fukuda, H; Schormann, T; Zilles, K
      Functional delineation of the human occipito-temporal areas related to face and scene processing - A PET study

      BRAIN
    61. Pitcairn, TK; Wishart, JG
      Face processing in children with Down syndrome

      PERCEPTUAL-MOTOR BEHAVIOR IN DOWN SYNDROME
    62. De Haan, EHF
      A familial factor in the development of face recognition deficits

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    63. Farah, MJ; Aguirre, GK
      Imaging visual recognition: PET and fMRI studies of the functional anatomyof human visual recognition

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    64. Coltheart, M
      Modularity and cognition

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    65. Gauthier, I; Tarr, MJ; Anderson, AW; Skudlarski, P; Gore, JC
      Activation of the middle fusiform 'face area' increases with expertise in recognizing novel objects

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    66. George, N; Dolan, RJ; Fink, GR; Baylis, GC; Russell, C; Driver, J
      Contrast polarity and face recognition in the human fusiform gyrus

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    67. Webster, MA; MacLin, OH
      Figural aftereffects in the perception of faces

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    68. Ellis, HD; Quayle, AH; Young, AW
      The emotional impact of faces (but not names): Face specific changes in skin conductance responses to familiar and unfamiliar people

      CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY
    69. Bentin, S; Deouell, LY; Soroker, N
      Selective visual streaming in face recognition: evidence from developmental prosopagnosia

      NEUROREPORT
    70. Eimer, M; McCarthy, RA
      Prosopagnosia and structural encoding of faces: Evidence from event-related potentials

      NEUROREPORT
    71. Watanabe, S; Kakigi, R; Koyama, S; Kirino, E
      It takes longer to recognize the eyes than the whole face in humans

      NEUROREPORT
    72. Aguirre, GK; Singh, R; D'Esposito, M
      Stimulus inversion and the responses of face and object-sensitive corticalareas

      NEUROREPORT
    73. Watanabe, S; Kakigi, R; Koyama, S; Kirino, E
      Human face perception traced by magneto- and electro-encephalography

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    74. Gauthier, I; Behrmann, M; Tarr, MJ
      Can face recognition really be dissociated from object recognition?

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    75. Dailey, MN; Cottrell, GW
      Organization of face and object recognition in modular neural network models

      NEURAL NETWORKS
    76. Pessa, E; Bandinelli, PL; Penna, MP
      Simulating prosopagnosia through a lesion of lateral connections in a feed-forward neural network

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    77. Burton, AM; Bruce, V; Hancock, PJB
      From pixels to people: A model of familiar face recognition

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    78. Rossion, B; Delvenne, JF; Debatisse, D; Goffaux, V; Bruyer, R; Crommelinck, M; Guerit, JM
      Spatio-temporal localization of the face inversion effect: an event-related potentials study

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    79. Ward, J; Parkin, AJ; Powell, G; Squires, EJ; Townshend, J; Bradley, V
      False recognition of unfamiliar people: "Seeing film stars everywhere"

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    80. Kay, J; Hanley, JR
      Person-specific knowledge and knowledge of biological categories

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    81. Verstichel, P; Chia, L
      Impaired identification of faces after a left hemisphere lesion.

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    82. Cipolotti, L; Robinson, G; Blair, J; Frith, U
      Fractionation of visual memory: Evidence from a case with multiple neurodevelopmental impairments

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    83. Buxbaum, LJ; Glosser, G; Coslett, HB
      Impaired face and word recognition without object agnosia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    84. Mendola, JD; Corkin, S
      Visual discrimination and attention after bilateral temporal-lobe lesions:A case study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    85. Young, AW
      Delusions (Psychiatry, conceptual status)

      MONIST
    86. de Haan, M; Nelson, CA
      Brain activity differentiates face and object processing in 6-month-old infants

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    87. Houliston, MJ; Taguri, AH; Dutton, GN; Hajivassiliou, C; Young, DG
      Evidence of cognitive visual problems in children with hydrocephalus: a structured clinical history-taking strategy

      DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY
    88. Gentileschi, V; Muggia, S; Poloni, W; Spinnler, H
      Fronto-Temporal Dementia and Motor Neuron Disease: a neuropsychological study

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    89. GULYAS B; COWEY A; HEYWOOD CA; POPPLEWELL D; ROLAND PE
      VISUAL FORM DISCRIMINATION FROM TEXTURE CUES - A PET STUDY

      Human brain mapping
    90. HEYWOOD CA; KENTRIDGE RW; COWEY A
      CORTICAL COLOR-BLINDNESS IS NOT BLINDSIGHT FOR COLOR

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    91. SEAMON JG; MCKENNA PA; BINDER N
      THE MERE EXPOSURE EFFECT IS DIFFERENTIALLY SENSITIVE TO DIFFERENT JUDGMENT TASKS

      Consciousness and cognition
    92. AGUIRRE GK; ZARAHN E; DESPOSITO M
      AN AREA WITHIN HUMAN VENTRAL CORTEX SENSITIVE TO BUILDING STIMULI - EVIDENCE AND IMPLICATIONS

      Neuron (Cambridge, Mass.)
    93. ENDL W; WALLA P; LINDINGER G; LALOUSCHEK W; BARTH FG; DEECKE L; LANG W
      EARLY CORTICAL ACTIVATION INDICATES PREPARATION FOR RETRIEVAL OF MEMORY FOR FACES - AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY

      Neuroscience letters
    94. PASCALIS O; DEHAAN M; NELSON CA; DESCHONEN S
      LONG-TERM RECOGNITION MEMORY FOR FACES ASSESSED BY VISUAL PAIRED-COMPARISON IN 3-MONTH-OLD AND 6-MONTH-OLD INFANTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    95. de Gelder, B; Vroomen, J
      Impairment of speech-reading in prosopagnosia

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    96. DEGELDER B; BACHOUDLEVI AC; DEGOS JD
      INVERSION SUPERIORITY IN VISUAL AGNOSIA MAY BE COMMON TO A VARIETY OFORIENTATION POLARIZED OBJECTS BESIDES FACES

      Vision research (Oxford)
    97. GAUTHIER I; WILLIAMS P; TARR MJ; TANAKA J
      TRAINING GREEBLE EXPERTS - A FRAMEWORK FOR STUDYING EXPERT OBJECT RECOGNITION PROCESSES

      Vision research (Oxford)
    98. BARTOLOMEO P; BACHOUDLEVI AC; DEGELDER B; DENES G; DALLABARBA G; BRUGIERES P; DEGOS JD
      MULTIPLE-DOMAIN DISSOCIATION BETWEEN IMPAIRED VISUAL-PERCEPTION AND PRESERVED MENTAL-IMAGERY IN A PATIENT WITH BILATERAL EXTRASTRIATE LESIONS

      Neuropsychologia
    99. RUBIN DC; GREENBERG DL
      VISUAL MEMORY-DEFICIT AMNESIA - A DISTINCT AMNESIC PRESENTATION AND ETIOLOGY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    100. ROUDIER M; MARCIE P; GRANCHER AS; TZORTZIS C; STARKSTEIN S; BOLLER F
      DISCRIMINATION OF FACIAL IDENTITY AND OF EMOTIONS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Journal of the neurological sciences


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