Jessica Taubert
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The role of holistic processing in face perception: Evidence from the face inversion effect
J Taubert, D Apthorp, D Aagten-Murphy, D Alais
Vision research 51 (11), 1273-1278, 2011
Different coding strategies for the perception of stable and changeable facial attributes
J Taubert, D Alais, D Burr
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
Love at second sight: Sequential dependence of facial attractiveness in an on-line dating paradigm
J Taubert, EV der Burg, D Alais
Nature: Scientific Reports, 2016
Face pareidolia in the rhesus monkey
J Taubert, SG Wardle, M Flessert, DA Leopold, LG Ungerleider
Current Biology 27 (16), 2505-2509. e2, 2017
Are face representations viewpoint dependent? A stereo advantage for generalising across different views of faces
D Burke, J Taubert, T Higman
Vision research 47 (16), 2164-2169, 2007
Amygdala lesions eliminate viewing preferences for faces in rhesus monkeys
J Taubert, M Flessert, SG Wardle, BM Basile, AP Murphy, EA Murray, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (31), 8043-8048, 2018
Chimpanzee faces are ‘special’to humans
J Taubert
Perception 38 (3), 343-356, 2009
The effect of face inversion for neurons inside and outside fMRI-defined face-selective cortical regions
J Taubert, G Van Belle, W Vanduffel, B Rossion, R Vogels
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (5), 1644-1655, 2015
Effective connectivity reveals largely independent parallel networks of face and body patches
E Premereur, J Taubert, P Janssen, R Vogels, W Vanduffel
Current Biology 26 (24), 3269-3279, 2016
What can we learn about human individual face recognition from experimental studies in monkeys?
B Rossion, J Taubert
Vision research 157, 142-158, 2019
The composite illusion requires composite face stimuli to be biologically plausible
J Taubert, D Alais
Vision Research 49 (14), 1877-1885, 2009
Serial dependence in face attractiveness judgements tolerates rotations around the yaw axis but not the roll axis
J Taubert, D Alais
Visual Cognition 24 (2), 103-114, 2016
Effect of familiarity and viewpoint on face recognition in chimpanzees
LA Parr, E Siebert, J Taubert
Perception 40 (7), 863-872, 2011
Face familiarity promotes stable identity recognition: exploring face perception using serial dependence
R Kok, J Taubert, E Van der Burg, G Rhodes, D Alais
Royal Society open science 4 (3), 160685, 2017
Neural correlate of the Thatcher face illusion in a monkey face-selective patch
J Taubert, G Van Belle, W Vanduffel, B Rossion, R Vogels
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (27), 9872-9878, 2015
How the Thatcher illusion reveals evolutionary differences in the face processing of primates
KB Weldon, J Taubert, CL Smith, LA Parr
Animal cognition 16 (5), 691-700, 2013
Identity aftereffects, but not composite effects, are contingent on contrast polarity
J Taubert, D Alais
Perception 40 (4), 422-436, 2011
Visual expertise does not predict the composite effect across species: a comparison between spider (Ateles geoffroyi) and rhesus (Macaca mulatta) monkeys
J Taubert, LA Parr
Brain and cognition 71 (3), 187-195, 2009
The importance of surface-based cues for face discrimination in non-human primates
LA Parr, J Taubert
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1714), 1964-1972, 2011
Geometric distortions affect face recognition in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and monkeys (Macaca mulatta)
J Taubert, LA Parr
Animal cognition 14 (1), 35-43, 2011
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