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Making the ineffable explicit: Estimating the information employed for face classifications
MC Mangini, I Biederman
Cognitive Science 28 (2), 209-226, 2004
2782004
Predicting the psychophysical similarity of faces and non-face complex shapes by image-based measures
X Yue, I Biederman, MC Mangini, C von der Malsburg, O Amir
Vision research 55, 41-46, 2012
652012
The deleterious effect of contrast reversal on recognition is unique to faces, not objects
M Nederhouser, X Yue, MC Mangini, I Biederman
Vision Research 47 (16), 2134-2142, 2007
612007
Mapping and manipulating facial expression
BJ Theobald, I Matthews, M Mangini, JR Spies, TR Brick, JF Cohn, ...
Language and speech 52 (2-3), 369-386, 2009
552009
Something in the way we move: Motion dynamics, not perceived sex, influence head movements in conversation.
SM Boker, JF Cohn, BJ Theobald, I Matthews, M Mangini, JR Spies, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (3), 874, 2011
542011
Do humans and baboons use the same information when categorizing human and baboon faces?
J Martin-Malivel, MC Mangini, J Fagot, I Biederman
Psychological Science 17 (7), 599-607, 2006
532006
A translation between S1 and S2 eliminates costs of changes in the direction of illumination in object matching
M Nederhouser, M Mangini
Journal of Vision 1 (3), 92-92, 2001
92001
Invariance to contrast inversion when matching objects with face-like surface structure and pigmentation
M Nederhouser, MC Mangini, K Okada
Journal of Vision 3 (9), 93-93, 2003
72003
The matching of smooth, blobby objects—but not faces—is invariant to differences in contrast polarity for both na´ve and expert subjects
M Nederhouser, MC Mangini, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 2 (7), 745-745, 2002
62002
Differentiating expression, gender, and identity in faces: Comparing normals, the ideal observer, and a prosopagnosic
MC Mangini, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 1 (3), 331-331, 2001
62001
Kanwisher & K. 2003 Distinct representations of faces in the FFA and the OFA: an fMRI study
J Liu, A Harris, M Mangini, L Wald, K Kwong
Society for Neuroscience. New Orleans, LA, 0
6
Matching face-like objects is invariant to differences in direction of contrast
M Nederhouser, MC Mangini, I Biederman, K Okada
Poster session presented at the 10th Annual Workshop on Object Perceptioná…, 2002
42002
Visual short term memory for one item
M Mangini, M Villano, C Crowell
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 620-620, 2010
22010
Prosopagnosics have low internal noise?
MC Mangini, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 2 (7), 609-609, 2002
22002
Near perfect prediction of the psychophysical discriminability of faces and non-face complex shapes by image-based measures
X Yue, I Biederman, M Mangini, C Malsburg
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2010
12010
Recognition of non face objects, designed to require the same stimulus processing as that for faces, show only minimal effects of differences in contrast polarity orá…
M Nederhouser, MC Mangini, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 4 (8), 439-439, 2004
12004
A psychophysical investigation of the other race effect in face recognition
X Yue, MC Mangini, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 3 (9), 836, 2003
12003
Using reverse correlation to infer the representations distinguishing facial gender, affect, and individuals
MC Mangini, I Biederman
Eighth Joint Symposium on Neural Computation, La Jolla, CA. Retrieved fromá…, 2001
12001
Is greater accuracy for gender than person discrimination of faces a consequence of class uncertainty? Evidence from normals and a prosopagnosic.
MC Mangini, I Biederman, A Kosta
INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE 41 (4), S225-S225, 2000
12000
Luminance and Chromatic Negation equally affect Human and Monkey Face Recognition in Adulthood and Early Childhood
K Stevenson, M Mangini, B Balas
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 24-24, 2012
2012
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