Quoc Vuong
Quoc Vuong
Biosciences Institute, Newcastle University
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The respective role of low and high spatial frequencies in supporting configural and featural processing of faces
V Goffaux, B Hault, C Michel, QC Vuong, B Rossion
Perception 34 (1), 77-86, 2005
Incidental processing of biological motion
IM Thornton, QC Vuong
Current Biology 14 (12), 1084-1089, 2004
Modulation of the face-and body-selective visual regions by the motion and emotion of point-light face and body stimuli
AP Atkinson, QC Vuong, HE Smithson
Neuroimage 59 (2), 1700-1712, 2012
First impressions: Gait cues drive reliable trait judgements
JC Thoresen, QC Vuong, AP Atkinson
Cognition 124 (3), 261-271, 2012
Visual cortex in dementia with Lewy bodies: magnetic resonance imaging study
JP Taylor, MJ Firbank, J He, N Barnett, S Pearce, A Livingstone, Q Vuong, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 200 (6), 491-498, 2012
Rotation direction affects object recognition
QC Vuong, MJ Tarr
Vision Research 44 (14), 1717-1730, 2004
Semantic 3d motion retargeting for facial animation
C Curio, M Breidt, M Kleiner, QC Vuong, MA Giese, HH Bülthoff
Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and …, 2006
The role of surface pigmentation for recognition revealed by contrast reversal in faces and Greebles
QC Vuong, JJ Peissig, MC Harrison, MJ Tarr
Vision research 45 (10), 1213-1223, 2005
Quantifying human sensitivity to spatio-temporal information in dynamic faces
K Dobs, I Bülthoff, M Breidt, QC Vuong, C Curio, J Schultz
Vision Research 100, 78-87, 2014
Categorical perception of human female physical attractiveness and health
MJ Tovée, L Edmonds, QC Vuong
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (2), 85-93, 2012
Visual object recognition
MJ Tarr, QC Vuong
Perception of faces, objects and scenes: analytic and holistic processes, 1-44, 2003
Recognizing rotated faces and Greebles: What properties drive the face inversion effect?
ARS Ashworth III, QC Vuong, B Rossion, MJ Tarr
Visual Cognition 16 (6), 754-784, 2008
A stereo advantage in generalizing over changes in viewpoint on object recognition tasks
DJ Bennett, QC Vuong
Perception & Psychophysics 68 (7), 1082-1093, 2006
Walk this way: Approaching bodies can influence the processing of faces
KS Pilz, QC Vuong, HH Bülthoff, IM Thornton
Cognition 118 (1), 17-31, 2011
Structural similarity and spatiotemporal noise effects on learning dynamic novel objects
QC Vuong, MJ Tarr
Perception 35 (4), 497-510, 2006
Insect brains use image interpolation mechanisms to recognise rotated objects
AG Dyer, QC Vuong
PLoS One 3 (12), e4086, 2008
A chimeric point-light walker
IM Thornton, QC Vuong, HH Bülthoff
Perception 32 (3), 377-383, 2003
Temporal integration in structure from motion.
F Domini, QC Vuong, C Caudek
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (4), 816, 2002
The integration of higher order form and motion by the human brain
P Sarkheil, QC Vuong, HH Bülthoff, U Noppeney
Neuroimage 42 (4), 1529-1536, 2008
Learning influences the encoding of static and dynamic faces and their recognition across different spatial frequencies
KS Pilz, HH Bülthoff, QC Vuong
Visual Cognition 17 (5), 716-735, 2009
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