Isabel Gauthier
Isabel Gauthier
David K Wilson Professor of Psychology, Vanderbilt University
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Expertise for cars and birds recruits brain areas involved in face recognition
I Gauthier, P Skudlarski, JC Gore, AW Anderson
Nature neuroscience 3 (2), 191-197, 2000
Activation of the middle fusiform ‘face area’increases with expertise in recognizing novel objects
I Gauthier, MJ Tarr, AW Anderson, P Skudlarski, JC Gore
Nature neuroscience 2 (6), 569, 1999
Abnormal ventral temporal cortical activity during face discrimination among individuals with autism and Asperger syndrome
RT Schultz, I Gauthier, A Klin, RK Fulbright, AW Anderson, F Volkmar, ...
Archives of general Psychiatry 57 (4), 331-340, 2000
Becoming a “Greeble” Expert: Exploring Mechanisms for Face Recognition
I Gauthier, MJ Tarr
Vision research 37 (12), 1673-1682, 1997
The fusiform “face area” is part of a network that processes faces at the individual level
I Gauthier, MJ Tarr, J Moylan, P Skudlarski, JC Gore, AW Anderson
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (3), 495-504, 2000
The N170 occipito-temporal component is delayed and enhanced to inverted faces but not to inverted objects: An electrophysiological account of
B Rossion, I Gauthier, MJ Tarr, P Despland, R Bruyer, S Linotte, ...
NeuroReport 11 (1), 69-74, 2000
FFA: a flexible fusiform area for subordinate-level visual processing automatized by expertise
MJ Tarr, I Gauthier
Nature neuroscience 3 (8), 764-769, 2000
Training greeble experts: a framework for studying expert object recognition processes
I Gauthier, P Williams, MJ Tarr, J Tanaka
Vision research 38 (15-16), 2401-2428, 1998
Social interest and the development of cortical face specialization: What autism teaches us about face processing
DJ Grelotti, I Gauthier, RT Schultz
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society forá…, 2002
Perceptual interference supports a non-modular account of face processing
I Gauthier, T Curran, KM Curby, D Collins
Nature neuroscience 6 (4), 428-432, 2003
Unraveling mechanisms for expert object recognition: bridging brain activity and behavior.
I Gauthier, MJ Tarr
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (2), 431, 2002
How does the brain process upright and inverted faces?
B Rossion, I Gauthier
Behavioral and cognitive neuroscience reviews 1 (1), 63-75, 2002
Can face recognition really be dissociated from object recognition?
I Gauthier, M Behrmann, MJ Tarr
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 11 (4), 349-370, 1999
Visual object understanding
TJ Palmeri, I Gauthier
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 5 (4), 291-303, 2004
Beyond faces and modularity: the power of an expertise framework
CM Bukach, I Gauthier, MJ Tarr
Trends in cognitive sciences 10 (4), 159-166, 2006
Expertise training with novel objects leads to left-lateralized facelike electrophysiological responses
B Rossion, I Gauthier, V Goffaux, MJ Tarr, M Crommelinck
Psychological science 13 (3), 250-257, 2002
Three-dimensional object recognition is viewpoint dependent
MJ Tarr, P Williams, WG Hayward, I Gauthier
Nature neuroscience 1 (4), 275-277, 1998
Holistic processing predicts face recognition
JJ Richler, OS Cheung, I Gauthier
Psychological science 22 (4), 464-471, 2011
The development of face expertise
I Gauthier, CA Nelson
Current opinion in neurobiology 11 (2), 219-224, 2001
Levels of categorization in visual recognition studied using functional magnetic resonance imaging
I Gauthier, AW Anderson, MJ Tarr, P Skudlarski, JC Gore
Current Biology 7 (9), 645-651, 1997
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