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Carl Gaspar, Allison B Sekuler, Patrick J Bennett. Vision Res 2008
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Inversion leads to quantitative, not qualitative, changes in face processing.
Allison B Sekuler, Carl M Gaspar, Jason M Gold, Patrick J Bennett. Curr Biol 2004
255
50


Does face inversion change spatial frequency tuning?
Verena Willenbockel, Daniel Fiset, Alan Chauvin, Caroline Blais, Martin Arguin, James W Tanaka, Daniel N Bub, Frédéric Gosselin. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2010
59
44

Parts and wholes in face recognition.
J W Tanaka, M J Farah. Q J Exp Psychol A 1993
40

Faces are "spatial"--holistic face perception is supported by low spatial frequencies.
Valérie Goffaux, Bruno Rossion. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2006
264
40

Effects of high-pass and low-pass spatial filtering on face identification.
N P Costen, D M Parker, I Craw. Percept Psychophys 1996
164
40


The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
38

The many faces of configural processing.
Daphne Maurer, Richard Le Grand, Catherine J. Mondloch. Trends Cogn Sci 2002
37

Configurational information in face perception.
A W Young, D Hellawell, D C Hay. Perception 1987
839
31

Configural face encoding and spatial frequency information.
Isabelle Boutet, Charles Collin, Jocelyn Faubert. Percept Psychophys 2003
56
31

The respective role of low and high spatial frequencies in supporting configural and featural processing of faces.
Valérie Goffaux, Barbara Hault, Caroline Michel, Quoc C Vuong, Bruno Rossion. Perception 2005
154
29

Spatial content and spatial quantisation effects in face recognition.
N P Costen, D M Parker, I Craw. Perception 1994
88
29



QUEST: a Bayesian adaptive psychometric method.
A B Watson, D G Pelli. Percept Psychophys 1983
22

Biological "bar codes" in human faces.
Steven C Dakin, Roger J Watt. J Vis 2009
87
22

The role of high spatial frequencies in face perception.
A Fiorentini, L Maffei, G Sandini. Perception 1983
138
18


The effects of face inversion and contrast-reversal on efficiency and internal noise.
Carl M Gaspar, Patrick J Bennett, Allison B Sekuler. Vision Res 2008
31
32



Horizontal information drives the behavioral signatures of face processing.
Valérie Goffaux, Steven C Dakin. Front Psychol 2010
51
19

Face recognition is affected by similarity in spatial frequency range to a greater degree than within-category object recognition.
Charles A Collin, Chang Hong Liu, Nikolaus F Troje, Patricia A McMullen, Avi Chaudhuri. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2004
39
23

Spatial scale contribution to early visual differences between face and object processing.
Valérie Goffaux, Isabel Gauthier, Bruno Rossion. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 2003
139
16

Is high-spatial frequency information used in the early stages of face detection?
H Halit, M de Haan, P G Schyns, M H Johnson. Brain Res 2006
55
16

What is "special" about face perception?
M J Farah, K D Wilson, M Drain, J N Tanaka. Psychol Rev 1998
760
16

Show me the features! Understanding recognition from the use of visual information.
Philippe G Schyns, Lizann Bonnar, Frédéric Gosselin. Psychol Sci 2002
274
16

Why faces are and are not special: an effect of expertise.
R Diamond, S Carey. J Exp Psychol Gen 1986
987
16


Face perception: an integrative review of the role of spatial frequencies.
Marcos Ruiz-Soler, Francesc S Beltran. Psychol Res 2006
66
16


Accurate statistical tests for smooth classification images.
Alan Chauvin, Keith J Worsley, Philippe G Schyns, Martin Arguin, Frédéric Gosselin. J Vis 2005
126
16

Sensitivity to Information Conveyed by Horizontal Contours is Correlated with Face Identification Accuracy.
Matthew V Pachai, Allison B Sekuler, Patrick J Bennett. Front Psychol 2013
34
26

Configural face processing develops more slowly than featural face processing.
Catherine J Mondloch, Richard Le Grand, Daphne Maurer. Perception 2002
399
14

Channel surfing in the visual brain.
Paul T Sowden, Philippe G Schyns. Trends Cogn Sci 2006
64
14

What causes the face inversion effect?
M J Farah, J W Tanaka, H M Drain. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 1995
371
14

Face perception: domain specific, not process specific.
Galit Yovel, Nancy Kanwisher. Neuron 2004
330
14

Face recognition and cortical responses show similar sensitivity to noise spatial frequency.
Topi Tanskanen, Risto Näsänen, Teresa Montez, Juha Päällysaho, Riitta Hari. Cereb Cortex 2005
85
14

Holistic processing is not correlated with face-identification accuracy.
Yaroslav Konar, Patrick J Bennett, Allison B Sekuler. Psychol Sci 2010
103
14

Electrophysiological Studies of Face Perception in Humans.
Shlomo Bentin, Truett Allison, Aina Puce, Erik Perez, Gregory McCarthy. J Cogn Neurosci 1996
14

Controlling low-level image properties: the SHINE toolbox.
Verena Willenbockel, Javid Sadr, Daniel Fiset, Greg O Horne, Frédéric Gosselin, James W Tanaka. Behav Res Methods 2010
513
14


The role of spatial frequency channels in letter identification.
Najib J Majaj, Denis G Pelli, Peri Kurshan, Melanie Palomares. Vision Res 2002
151
12

Spatial-frequency characteristics of letter identification in central and peripheral vision.
Susana T L Chung, Gordon E Legge, Bosco S Tjan. Vision Res 2002
89
12

What's lost in inverted faces?
G Rhodes, S Brake, A P Atkinson. Cognition 1993
347
12

Distinct spatial frequency sensitivities for processing faces and emotional expressions.
Patrik Vuilleumier, Jorge L Armony, Jon Driver, Raymond J Dolan. Nat Neurosci 2003
730
12


Features and their configuration in face recognition.
J W Tanaka, J A Sengco. Mem Cognit 1997
350
11


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