Grit Herzmann
Grit Herzmann
Associate Professor, The College of Wooster
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What's special about personally familiar faces? A multimodal approach
G Herzmann, SR Schweinberger, W Sommer, I Jentzsch
Psychophysiology 41 (5), 688-701, 2004
Individual differences in perceiving and recognizing faces—One element of social cognition.
O Wilhelm, G Herzmann, O Kunina, V Danthiir, A Schacht, W Sommer
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (3), 530, 2010
Residue iteration decomposition (RIDE): A new method to separate ERP components on the basis of latency variability in single trials
G Ouyang, G Herzmann, C Zhou, W Sommer
Psychophysiology 48 (12), 1631-1647, 2011
Toward a comprehensive test battery for face cognition: Assessment of the tasks
G Herzmann, V Danthiir, A Schacht, W Sommer, O Wilhelm
Behavior Research Methods 40, 840-857, 2008
The Vanderbilt Expertise Test reveals domain-general and domain-specific sex effects in object recognition
RW McGugin, JJ Richler, G Herzmann, M Speegle, I Gauthier
Vision research 69, 10-22, 2012
On the specificity of face cognition compared with general cognitive functioning across adult age.
A Hildebrandt, O Wilhelm, F Schmiedek, G Herzmann, W Sommer
Psychology and Aging 26 (3), 701, 2011
Using single-trial EEG to predict and analyze subsequent memory
E Noh, G Herzmann, T Curran, VR de Sa
NeuroImage 84, 712-723, 2014
Structural invariance and age-related performance differences in face cognition.
A Hildebrandt, W Sommer, G Herzmann, O Wilhelm
Psychology and aging 25 (4), 794, 2010
The neural correlates of memory encoding and recognition for own-race and other-race faces
G Herzmann, V Willenbockel, JW Tanaka, T Curran
Neuropsychologia 49 (11), 3103-3115, 2011
Experts’ memory: an ERP study of perceptual expertise effects on encoding and recognition
G Herzmann, T Curran
Memory & cognition 39, 412-432, 2011
Individual differences in face cognition: brain–behavior relationships
G Herzmann, O Kunina, W Sommer, O Wilhelm
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (3), 571-589, 2010
Experience moderates overlap between object and face recognition, suggesting a common ability
I Gauthier, RW McGugin, JJ Richler, G Herzmann, M Speegle, ...
Journal of vision 14 (8), 7-7, 2014
Item response theory analyses of the Cambridge Face Memory Test (CFMT).
SJ Cho, J Wilmer, G Herzmann, RW McGugin, D Fiset, AE Van Gulick, ...
Psychological assessment 27 (2), 552, 2015
Oxytocin can impair memory for social and non-social visual objects: a within-subject investigation of oxytocin's effects on human memory
G Herzmann, B Young, CW Bird, T Curran
Brain research 1451, 65-73, 2012
Face and object cognition across adult age.
A Hildebrandt, O Wilhelm, G Herzmann, W Sommer
Psychology and aging 28 (1), 243, 2013
Effects of oxytocin on behavioral and ERP measures of recognition memory for own-race and other-race faces in women and men
G Herzmann, CW Bird, M Freeman, T Curran
Psychoneuroendocrinology 38 (10), 2140-2151, 2013
Effects of previous experience and associated knowledge on retrieval processes of faces: An ERP investigation of newly learned faces
G Herzmann, W Sommer
Brain research 1356, 54-72, 2010
Memory‐related ERP components for experimentally learned faces and names: Characteristics and parallel‐test reliabilities
G Herzmann, W Sommer
Psychophysiology 44 (2), 262-276, 2007
Can training enhance face cognition abilities in middle-aged adults?
D Dolzycka, G Herzmann, W Sommer, O Wilhelm
PloS one 9 (3), e90249, 2014
Multiple contributions to priming effects for familiar faces: Analyses with backward masking and event‐related potentials
P Dörr, G Herzmann, W Sommer
British Journal of Psychology 102 (4), 765-782, 2011
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