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    1. Laeng, B; Rouw, R
      Canonical views of faces and the cerebral hemispheres

      LATERALITY
    2. Kendrick, KM; Leigh, A; Peirce, J
      Behavioural and neural correlates of mental imagery in sheep using face recognition paradigms

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    3. Laeng, B; Caviness, VS
      Prosopagnosia as a deficit in encoding curved surface

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Henderson, Z; Bruce, V; Burton, AM
      Matching the faces of robbers captured on video

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    5. Peirce, JW; Leigh, AE; daCosta, APC; Kendrick, KM
      Human face recognition in sheep: lack of configurational coding and right hemisphere advantage

      BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES
    6. O'Donnell, C; Bruce, V
      Familiarisation with faces selectively enhances sensitivity to changes made to the eyes

      PERCEPTION
    7. Chaby, L; Jemel, B; George, N; Renault, B; Fiori, N
      An ERP study of famous face incongruity detection in middle age

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    8. Barton, JJS; Cherkasova, M; O'Connor, M
      Covert recognition in acquired and developmental prosopagnosia

      NEUROLOGY
    9. Webb, SJ; Nelson, CA
      Perceptual priming for upright and inverted faces in infants and adults

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    10. Elgar, K; Campbell, R
      Annotation: The cognitive neuroscience of face recognition: Implications for developmental disorders

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    11. Kircher, TTJ; Senior, C; Phillips, ML; Rabe-Hesketh, S; Benson, PJ; Bullmore, ET; Brammer, M; Simmons, A; Bartels, M; David, AS
      Recognizing one's own face

      COGNITION
    12. Burban, V; Gaillard, JP; Lieury, A
      Does dual coding for faces exist?

      ANNEE PSYCHOLOGIQUE
    13. Leder, H; Bruce, V
      Inverting line drawings of faces

      SWISS JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    14. Eimer, M
      Event-related brain potentials distinguish processing stages involved in face perception and recognition

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Paller, KA; Gonsalves, B; Grabowecky, M; Bozic, VS; Yamada, S
      Electrophysiological correlates of recollecting faces of known and unknownindividuals

      NEUROIMAGE
    16. Bobes, MA; Martin, M; Olivares, E; Valdes-Sosa, M
      Different scalp topography of brain potentials related to expression and identity matching of faces

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Collishaw, SM; Hole, GJ
      Featural and configurational processes in the recognition of faces of different familiarity

      PERCEPTION
    18. Lee, KJ; Perrett, DI
      Manipulation of colour and shape information and its consequence upon recognition and best-likeness judgments

      PERCEPTION
    19. Moscovitch, M; Moscovitch, DA
      Super face-inversion effects for isolated internal or external features, and for fractured faces

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    20. LaPlante, D; Ambady, N
      Multiple messages: Facial recognition advantage for compound expressions

      JOURNAL OF NONVERBAL BEHAVIOR
    21. Calder, AJ; Young, AW; Keane, J; Dean, M
      Configural information in facial expression perception

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    22. Hay, DC
      Testing instance models of face repetition priming

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    23. 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
    24. de Gelder, B; Rouw, R
      Paradoxical configuration effects for faces and objects in prosopagnosia

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

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    26. Campbell, R; Coleman, M; Walker, J; Benson, PJ; Wallace, S; Michelotti, J; Baron-Cohen, S
      When does the inner-face advantage in familiar face recognition arise and why?

      VISUAL COGNITION
    27. Bruce, V; Henderson, Z; Greenwood, K; Hancock, PJB; Burton, AM; Miller, P
      Verification of face identities from images captured on video

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    28. Davies, G; Oldman, H
      The impact of character attribution on composite production: A real world effect?

      CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY
    29. Jemel, B; George, N; Chaby, L; Fiori, N; Renault, B
      Differential processing of part-to-whole and part-to-part face priming: anERP study

      NEUROREPORT
    30. Paller, KA; Bozic, VS; Ranganath, C; Grabowecky, M; Yamada, S
      Brain waves following remembered faces index conscious recollection

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. Guillem, F; Rougier, A; Claverie, B
      Short- and long-delay intracranial ERP repetition effects dissociate memory systems in the human brain

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Rapcsak, SZ; Reminger, SL; Glisky, EL; Kaszniak, AW; Comer, JF
      Neuropsychological mechanisms of false facial recognition following frontal lobe damage

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    33. Jemel, B; George, N; Olivares, E; Fiori, N; Renault, B
      Event-related potentials to structural familiar face incongruity processing

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    34. Lie, E; Newcombe, NS
      Elementary school children's explicit and implicit memory for faces of preschool classmates

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    35. JI J; PORJESZ B; CHORLIAN D; BEGLEITER H
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DURING DIGIT RECOGNITION TASKS

      Cognitive brain research
    36. Liu, CH; Chaudhuri, A
      Are there qualitative differences between face processing in photographic positive and negative?

      PERCEPTION
    37. JI J; PORJESZ B; BEGLEITER H
      ERP COMPONENTS IN CATEGORY MATCHING TASKS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    38. PERETZ I; GAUDREAU D; BONNEL AM
      EXPOSURE EFFECTS ON MUSIC PREFERENCE AND RECOGNITION

      Memory & cognition
    39. CHANNOUF A
      SUBOPTIMAL FACES EXPOSITION - METHODOLOGI CAL PROGRESS

      European review of applied psychology
    40. BIEDERMAN I; KALOCSAI P
      NEUROCOMPUTATIONAL BASES OF OBJECT AND FACE RECOGNITION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    41. ZHANG XL; BEGLEITER H; PORJESZ B
      IS WORKING-MEMORY INTACT IN ALCOHOLICS - AN ERP STUDY

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH-NEUROIMAGING
    42. MOSCOVITCH M; WINOCUR G; BEHRMANN M
      WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT FACE RECOGNITION - 19 EXPERIMENTS ON A PERSON WITH VISUAL OBJECT AGNOSIA AND DYSLEXIA BUT NORMAL FACE RECOGNITION

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    43. SCHWEINBERGER SR; HERHOLZ A; STIEF V
      AUDITORY LONG-TERM-MEMORY - REPETITION PRIMING OF VOICE RECOGNITION

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    44. ZHANG XL; BEGLEITER H; PORJESZ B; LITKE A
      REFLECTION OF WORKING-MEMORY - ERP MNEMONIC EFFECTS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    45. BLASS EM
      CHANGING INFLUENCES OF SUCROSE AND VISUAL ENGAGEMENT IN 2-WEEK-OLD TO12-WEEK-OLD HUMAN INFANTS - IMPLICATIONS FOR MATERNAL FACE RECOGNITION

      Infant behavior & development
    46. RAKOVER SS; TEUCHER B
      FACIAL INVERSION EFFECTS - PARTS AND WHOLE RELATIONSHIP

      Perception & psychophysics
    47. GROSS TF
      CHILDRENS PERCEPTION OF FACES OF VARIED IMMATURITY

      Journal of experimental child psychology
    48. SOMMER W; KOMOSS E; SCHWEINBERGER SR
      DIFFERENTIAL LOCALIZATION OF BRAIN SYSTEMS SUBSERVING MEMORY FOR NAMES AND FACES IN NORMAL SUBJECTS WITH EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    49. DOLAN RJ; FLETCHER P; MORRIS J; KAPUR N; DEAKIN JFW; FRITH CD
      NEURAL ACTIVATION DURING COVERT PROCESSING OF POSITIVE EMOTIONAL FACIAL EXPRESSIONS

      NeuroImage
    50. LEDER H
      LINE-DRAWINGS OF FACES REDUCE CONFIGURAL PROCESSING

      Perception
    51. HILL H; BRUCE V
      EFFECTS OF LIGHTING ON THE PERCEPTION OF FACIAL SURFACES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    52. BEISTEINER R; HUTER D; EDWARD V; KOCH G; FRANZEN P; EGKHER A; LINDINGER G; BAUMGARTNER C; LANG W
      BRAIN POTENTIALS WITH OLD NEW DISTINCTION OF NON-WORDS AND GEOMETRIC-FIGURES/

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    53. NACHSON I
      ON THE MODULARITY OF FACE RECOGNITION - THE RIDDLE OF DOMAIN SPECIFICITY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    54. SCHWEINBERGER SR; PFUTZE EM; SOMMER W
      REPETITION PRIMING AND ASSOCIATIVE PRIMING OF FACE RECOGNITION - EVIDENCE FROM EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    55. PASCALIS O; DESCHONEN S; MORTON J; DERUELLE C; FABREGRENET M
      MOTHERS FACE RECOGNITION BY NEONATES - A REPLICATION AND AN EXTENSION

      Infant behavior & development
    56. CHUNG MS; THOMSON DM
      DEVELOPMENT OF FACE RECOGNITION

      British journal of psychology
    57. BREDART S; BRUYER R
      THE COGNITIVE APPROACH TO FAMILIAR FACE PROCESSING IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Behavioural processes
    58. TOHGI H; WATANABE K; TAKAHASHI H; YONEZAWA H; HATANO K; SASAKI T
      PROSOPAGNOSIA WITHOUT TOPOGRAPHAGNOSIA AND OBJECT AGNOSIA ASSOCIATED WITH A LESION CONFINED TO THE RIGHT OCCIPITOTEMPORAL REGION

      Journal of neurology
    59. BENSON PJ; PERRETT DI
      VISUAL PROCESSING OF FACIAL DISTINCTIVENESS

      Perception
    60. BENTIN S; MCCARTHY G
      THE EFFECTS OF IMMEDIATE STIMULUS REPETITION ON REACTION-TIME AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN TASKS OF DIFFERENT COMPLEXITY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    61. PUSCHEL J; ZAIDEL E
      THE BENTON-VANALLEN FACES - A LATERALIZED TACHISTOSCOPIC STUDY

      Neuropsychologia
    62. MILDERS MV; PERRETT DI
      RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF FACE PROCESSING

      Bailliere's clinical neurology
    63. KEATING CF; KEATING EG
      MONKEYS AND MUG SHOTS - CUES USED BY RHESUS-MONKEYS (MACACA-MULATTA) TO RECOGNIZE A HUMAN FACE

      Journal of comparative psychology
    64. SCHWEICH M; BRUYER R
      HETEROGENEITY IN THE COGNITIVE MANIFESTATIONS OF PROSOPAGNOSIA - THE STUDY OF A GROUP OF SINGLE CASES

      Cognitive neuropsychology


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