Oxford Handbook of Face Perception

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9780199559053: Oxford Handbook of Face Perception

The human face is unique among social stimuli in conveying such a variety of different characteristics. A person's identity, sex, race, age, emotional state, focus of attention, facial speech patterns, and attractiveness are all detected and interpreted with relative ease from the face. Humans also display a surprising degree of consistency in the extent to which personality traits, such as trustworthiness and likeability, are attributed to faces. In the past thirty years, face perception has become an area of major interest within psychology, with a rapidly expanding research base. Yet until now, there has been no comprehensive reference work bringing together this ever growing body of research.

The Oxford Handbook of Face Perception is the most comprehensive and commanding review of the field ever published. It looks at the functional and neural mechanisms underlying the perception, representation, and interpretation of facial characteristics, such as identity, expression, eye gaze, attractiveness, personality, and race. It examines the development of these processes, their neural correlates in both human and non-human primates, congenital and acquired disorders resulting from their breakdown, and the theoretical and computational frameworks for their underlying mechanisms. With chapters by an international team of leading authorities from the brain sciences, the book is a landmark publication on face perception.

For anyone looking for the definitive text on this burgeoning field, this is the essential book.

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It is unparalleled in terms of sheer breadth and depth ... As both a useful "bible" for important results and a library of sorts for methodological approaches, my laboratory's copy of the Handbook is likely to see a great deal of use. ( Ben Balas, Perception Vol. 41)

Contenuti:

  • Approaches to Studying Face Processing
  • 1: Mark Johnson: Face perception: a developmental perspective
  • 2: Alice O'Toole: Cognitive and computational approaches to face recognition
  • 3: Leslie Zebrowitz: Ecological and social approaches to face perception
  • 4: Edmund Rolls: Face neurons
  • 5: Andy Young: Disorders of face perception
  • 6: Jim Haxby and Maria Gobbini: Distributed neural systems for face perception
  • 7: Nancy Kanwisher and Jason Barton: The functional architecture of the face system: integrating evidence from fMRI and patient studies
  • 8: Vicki Bruce: Applied research in face processing
  • Perceiving and Remembering Faces
  • 9: Elinor McKone and Rachel Robbins: Are faces special?
  • 10: Jim Tanaka and Iris Gordon: Features, configuratiton and holistic face processing
  • 11: Lisa Scott: Face perception and perceptual expertise in adult and developmental populations
  • 12: Bruno Rossion and Caroline Michel: An experience-based holistic account of the other-race face effect
  • 13: Kurt Hugenberg, Don Sacco, Steven Young, and Michael Bernstein: Social Categorization Influences Face Perception and Face Memory
  • 14: Gill Rhodes and David Leopold: Adaptive norm-based coding of face identity
  • 15: Mike Burton and Rob Jenkins: Unfamiliar face perception
  • 16: Rod Lindsay, Jamal K. Mansour, Michelle I. Bertrand, Natalie Kalmet, and Elisabeth Whaley: Face recognition in eyewitness memory
  • 17: Martin Eimer: The face-sensitive N170 component of the event-related brain potential
  • 18: Stefan Schweinberger: Neurophysiological correlates of face perception
  • 19: David Pitcher, Vincent Walsh, and Bradley Duchaine: Transcranial magnetic stimulation studies of face processing
  • 20: Thomas Vetter and Mirella Walker: Computer-generated images in face perception
  • 21: Gary Cottrell and Janet Hsiao: Neurocomputational models of face processing
  • Reading Faces
  • 22: Andy Calder: Does facial identity and facial expression recognition involve separate visual routes?
  • 23: Patrik Vuilleumier and Ruthger Righart: Attention and automaticity in processing facial expressions
  • 24: Nalini Ambady and Max Weisbuch: On Perceiving Facial Expressions: The Role of Culture and Context
  • 25: Marian Stewart Bartlett and Jacob Whitehill: Automated facial expression measurement : Recent applications to basic research in human behavior, learning, and education
  • 26: Elaine Fox and Konstantina Zougkou: Influence of Personality Traits on Processing of Facial Expressions
  • 27: Beatrice de Gelder and Jan Van den Stock: Real faces, real emotions: perceiving facial expressions in naturalistic contexts of voices, bodies and scenes
  • 28: Steven Tipper and Andrew Bayliss: The impact of social gaze perception on attention
  • 29: Ralph Adolphs and Elina Birmingham: Neural Substrates of Social Perception
  • 30: Kevin Pelphrey and Brent C. Vander Wyk: Functional and Neural Mechanisms for Eye Gaze Processing
  • 31: Ruth Campbell: Speechreading - what's MISS-ing?
  • 32: Alexander Todorov, Chris Said and Sara Verosky: Personality impressions from facial appearance
  • 33: Ian Penton-Voak and Edward Morrison: Structure, expression, and motion in facial attractiveness
  • Comparative and Developmental Perspectives
  • 34: Keith Kendrick and Jianfeng Feng: Neural encoding principles in face perception revealed using non-primate models
  • 35: Lisa Parr and Erin Hecht: Facial perception in nonhuman primates
  • 36: Winrich Freiwald and Doris Tsao: Taking apart the neural machinery of face processing
  • 37: Olivier Pascalis and Sylvia Wirth: Recognising the faces of other species: What can a limited skill tell us about face processing?
  • 38: Michelle de Haan: The neuro-development of face perception
  • 39: Kang Lee, Gizelle Anzures, Paul Quinn, Alan Slater, and Olivier Pascalis: Development of face processing expertise
  • 40: Daphne Maurer and Cathy Mondloch: Sensitive periods in face perception
  • Disorders - Prosopagnosia, Neuropsychiatric and Developmental Disorders
  • 41: Marlene Behrmann, Galia Avidan, and Mayu Nishimura: Impairments in Face Perception
  • 42: Brad Duchaine: Developmental prosopagnosia: Cognitive, neural, and developmental investigations
  • 43: Sara Webb, Susan Faja, and Geraldine Dawson: Face processing in autism
  • 44: Mary Phillips: Face perception in schizophrenia and mood disorders
  • 45: Robyn Langdon: Delusions and faces

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