All Relations between face detection and representation

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Kazusa Minemoto, Yoshiyuki Ued. Face identity and facial expression representations with adaptation paradigms: New directions for potential applications. Frontiers in psychology vol 13 issue 2023 36600709 subsequently, we reviewed studies that applied this paradigm to immature or impaired face recognition (i.e., children and individuals with autism spectrum disorder or prosopagnosia) and examined the relationships between their poor recognition performance and representations. 2023-01-05 2023-01-08 Not clear
Alexa Haeger, Christophe Pouzat, Volker Luecken, Karim N'Diaye, Christian Elger, Ingo Kennerknecht, Nikolai Axmacher, Vera Dinkelacke. Face Processing in Developmental Prosopagnosia: Altered Neural Representations in the Fusiform Face Area. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience vol 15 issue 2021 34867227 face processing in developmental prosopagnosia: altered neural representations in the fusiform face area. 2021-12-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
Golijeh Golarai, Dara G Ghahremani, Anders C Greenwood, John D E Gabrieli, Jennifer L Eberhard. The development of race effects in face processing from childhood through adulthood: Neural and behavioral evidence. Developmental science vol 24 issue 3 2021 33151616 in adults, this race effect in face recognition is associated with differential neural representations of own- and other-race faces in the fusiform face area (ffa), a high-level visual region involved in face recognition. 2021-06-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
G\\xc3\\xa9za Gergely Ambrus, Daniel Kaiser, Radoslaw Martin Cichy, Gyula Kov\\xc3\\xa1c. The Neural Dynamics of Familiar Face Recognition. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 29 issue 11 2020 30753332 recent fmri decoding studies have suggested that face recognition is supported by identity representations located in regions of the occipitotemporal cortex. 2020-10-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Gillian Rhodes, Markus F Neumann, Louise Ewing, Romina Palerm. Reduced set averaging of face identity in children and adolescents with autism. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006) vol 68 issue 7 2016 25510166 weak ensemble representations may have negative consequences for face processing in autism, given the importance of ensemble representations in dealing with processing capacity limitations. 2016-11-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marlene Behrmann, David C Plau. Distributed circuits, not circumscribed centers, mediate visual recognition. Trends in cognitive sciences vol 17 issue 5 2013 23608364 specifically, we argue that both word and face recognition rely on fine-grained visual representations but, by virtue of pressure to couple visual and language areas and to keep connection length short, the left hemisphere becomes more finely tuned for word recognition and, consequently, the right hemisphere becomes more finely tuned for face recognition. 2013-12-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Meike Ramon, Bruno Rossio. Hemisphere-dependent holistic processing of familiar faces. Brain and cognition vol 78 issue 1 2012 22099150 these observations suggest that the right hemisphere dominates in early stages of holistic processing, as indexed by the composite face effect, but that later processes such as face identification and naming are based on unified representations that are independent of input lateralization. 2012-04-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Angela Gosling, Martin Eime. An event-related brain potential study of explicit face recognition. Neuropsychologia vol 49 issue 9 2011 21679721 the n250 is likely to reflect early perceptual stages of face recognition where long-term memory traces of familiar faces in ventral visual cortex are activated by matching on-line face representations. 2011-12-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jonathan B Freeman, Nicholas O Rule, Reginald B Adams, Nalini Ambad. The neural basis of categorical face perception: graded representations of face gender in fusiform and orbitofrontal cortices. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 20 issue 6 2010 19767310 the neural basis of categorical face perception: graded representations of face gender in fusiform and orbitofrontal cortices. 2010-10-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Remus O\\xc5\\x9fan, Liping Zhu, Shy Shoham, Joe Z Tsie. Subspace projection approaches to classification and visualization of neural network-level encoding patterns. PloS one vol 2 issue 5 2010 17476326 our analyses of hippocampal data recorded during episodic memory events and cortical data simulated during face perception or arm movements illustrate how low-dimensional encoding subspaces can reveal the existence of network-level ensemble representations. 2010-04-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Naotsugu Tsuchiya, Hiroto Kawasaki, Hiroyuki Oya, Matthew A Howard, Ralph Adolph. Decoding face information in time, frequency and space from direct intracranial recordings of the human brain. PloS one vol 3 issue 12 2009 19065268 a dominant theory of face perception postulates independent representations of invariant aspects of faces (e.g., identity) in ventral temporal cortex including the fusiform gyrus, and changeable aspects of faces (e.g., emotion) in lateral temporal cortex including the superior temporal sulcus. 2009-01-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Barak Blumenfeld, Son Preminger, Dov Sagi, Misha Tsodyk. Dynamics of memory representations in networks with novelty-facilitated synaptic plasticity. Neuron vol 52 issue 2 2007 17046699 the model predicts that memory representations should be sensitive to learning order, consistent with recent psychophysical studies of face recognition and electrophysiological experiments on hippocampal place cells. 2007-01-05 2022-01-12 Not clear
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