Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & The cognitive and neural basis of developmental prosopagnosia. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70(2), 316-344.
  2. & Face identity matching is selectively impaired in developmental prosopagnosia. Cortex 89, 11-27.
  3. & Electrophysiological evidence for parts and wholes in visual face memory. Cortex 83, 246-258.
  4. & Reduced sensitivity to contrast signals from the eye region in developmental prosopagnosia. Cortex 81, 64-78.
  5. & The Focus of Spatial Attention Determines the Number and Precision of Face Representations in Working Memory. Cerebral Cortex 26(6), 2530-2540.
  6. & Normal perception of Mooney faces in developmental prosopagnosia: Evidence from the N170 component and rapid neural adaptation. Journal of Neuropsychology 10(1), 15-32.
  7. & Effects of contrast inversion on face perception depend on gaze location: Evidence from the N170 component. Cognitive Neuroscience 7(1-4), 128-137.
  8. & Facial identity and facial expression are initially integrated at visual perceptual stages of face processing. Neuropsychologia 80, 115-125.
  9. & Perceptual face processing in developmental prosopagnosia is not sensitive to the canonical location of face parts. Cortex 74, 53-66.
  10. & The activation of visual face memory and explicit face recognition are delayed in developmental prosopagnosia. Neuropsychologia 75, 538-547.
  11. & Facial misidentifications arise from the erroneous activation of visual face memory. Neuropsychologia 77, 387-399.
  12. & Early stages of perceptual face processing are confined to the contralateral hemisphere: Evidence from the N170 component. Cortex 64, 89-101.
  13. & Social inferences from faces: Ambient images generate a three-dimensional model. Cognition 127(1), 105-118.
  14. & Electrophysiological studies of face processing in developmental prosopagnosia: Neuropsychological and neurodevelopmental perspectives. Cognitive Neuropsychology 29(5-6), 503-529.
  15. & The face-sensitive N170 component in developmental prosopagnosia. Neuropsychologia 50(14), 3588-3599.
  16. & Response of face-selective brain regions to trustworthiness and gender of faces. Neuropsychologia 50(9), 2205-2211.