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    • Is the rapid adaptation paradigm too rapid? Implications for face and object processing 

      Nemrodov, Dan; Itier, Roxane J. (Elsevier, 2012-03-29)
      Rapid adaptation is an adaptation procedure in which adaptors and test stimuli are presented in rapid succession. The current study tested the validity of this method for early ERP components by investigating the specificity ...
    • Neural bases of eye and gaze processing: The core of social cognition 

      Itier, Roxane J.; Batty, Magali (Elsevier, 2009-02-24)
      Eyes and gaze are very important stimuli for human social interactions. Recent studies suggest that impairments in recognizing face identity, facial emotions or in inferring attention and intentions of others could be ...
    • An Optokinetic Nystagmus Detection Method for Use With Young Children 

      Sangi, Mehrdad; Thompson, Benjamin; Turuwhenua, Jason (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2015-03-05)
      The detection of vision problems in early childhood can prevent neurodevelopmental disorders such as amblyopia. However, accurate clinical assessment of visual function in young children is challenging. optokinetic nystagmus ...
    • The role of eyes in early face processing: a rapid adaptation study of the inversion effect. 

      Nemrodov, Dan; Itier, Roxane J. (Wiley, 2011-05-23)
      The current study employed a rapid adaptation procedure to test the neuronal mechanisms of the face inversion effect (FIE) on the early face-sensitive event-related potential (ERP) component N170. Five categories of ...
    • Species sensitivity of early face and eye processing 

      Itier, Roxane J.; Van Roon, Patricia; Alain, Claude (Elsevier, 2011-02-25)
      Humans are better at recognizing human faces than faces of other species. However, it is unclear whether this species sensitivity can be seen at early perceptual stages of face processing and whether it involves species ...


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