Hier finden Sie Fachpublikationen zum Thema Gesichtsverarbeitung vom Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Psychologie und Methodenlehre, Universität Bamberg.

Artikel speziell zu Prosopagnosie:

[109]    Lueschow, A., Weber, J. E., Carbon, C. C., Deffke, I., Sander, T., Grueter, T., Grueter, M., Trahms, L., & Curio, G. (2015). The 170ms response to faces as measured by MEG (M170) is consistently altered in congenital prosopagnosia. PlosOne, 10(9), e0137624. {IF=3.534} [DirectLink PlosOne]

[043]    Grüter, T., Grüter, M., & Carbon, C. C. (2011). Congenital prosopagnosia. Diagnosis and mental imagery: Commentary on: Tree JJ, and Wilkie J. Face and object imagery in congenital prosopagnosia: A case series. Cortex, 47(4), 511-513. {IF=4.050}

[041]    Grüter, T., & Carbon, C. C. (2010). Escaping attention. Some cognitive disorders can be overlooked. Science, 328(5977), 435-436. [Press Release (German)][FAZ][PsychologieHeute][NürnbergerNachrichten][ReutlingerGeneralanzeiger] {IF=28.103}

[033]    Carbon, C. C., Grüter, T., Grüter, M., Weber, J. E., & Lueschow, A. (2010). Dissociation of facial attractiveness and distinctiveness processing in congenital prosopagnosia. Visual Cognition, 18(5), 641-654. {IF=2.095}

[026]    Grüter, T., Grüter, M., Bell, V., & Carbon, C. C. (2009). Visual mental imagery in congenital prosopagnosia. Neuroscience Letters, 453(3), 135-140. [PDF]  {IF=2.200}

[017]    Carbon, C. C., Grueter, T., Weber, J. E., & Lueschow, A. (2007). Faces as objects of non-expertise: Processing of Thatcherised faces in congenital prosopagnosia. Perception, 36(11), 1635-1645. [PDF] {IF=1.585}

 

Grundlegende Arbeiten zur Gesichtsverarbeitung:

[083]    Renzi, C., Schiavi, S., Carbon, C. C., Vecchi, T., Silvanto, J., & Cattaneo, Z. (2013). Processing of featural and configural aspects of faces is lateralized in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex: A TMS study. Neuroimage, 74, 45-51. {IF=6.252}

[059]    Carbon, C. C., & Ditye, T. (2012). Face adaptation effects show strong and long-lasting transfer from lab to more ecological contexts. Frontiers in Perception Science, 3(3), 1-6. [DirectLink Frontiers] {IF=forthcoming}

[054]    Carbon, C. C. (2011). The first 100 milliseconds of a face: On the microgenesis of early face processing. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 113(3), 859-874. {IF=0.550}

[052]    Strobach, T., Ditye, T., & Carbon, C. C. (2011). Long-term adaptation effects of highly familiar faces: The influence of inspection length during prior testing. Perception, 40, 1000-1004. [PDF] {IF=1.462}

[046]   Carbon, C. C., & Ditye, T. (2011). Sustained effects of adaptation on the perception of familiar faces. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Performance and Perception, 37(3), 615-625. {IF=2.947}

[016]    Carbon, C. C., Strobach, T. Langton, S., Harsányi, G., Leder, H.,. & Kovács, G. (2007). Adaptation effects of highly familiar faces: immediate and long lasting. Memory & Cognition, 35(8), 1966-1976. {IF=1.512}

[012]    Leder, H., & Carbon, C. C. (2006). Face-specific configural processing of relational information. British Journal of Psychology, 97(1), 19-29. {IF=1.641}

[009]    Carbon, C. C., & Leder, H. (2006). When faces are heads! View-dependent effects of relationally and componentially altered faces. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 65(4), 245-252. [Stimuli][PDF] {IF=0.239}

[007]    Carbon, C. C., & Leder, H. (2005). Face adaptation: Changing stable representations of familiar faces within minutes? Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 1(1), 1-7. [DirectLink Advances in Cognitive Psychology] {IF=n.a.}

[005]    Leder, H., & Carbon, C. C. (2005). When context hinders. Learn-test-compatibility in face recognition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 58A(2), 235-250. {IF=2.154}

[003]    Carbon, C. C., & Leder, H. (2005). When feature information comes first! Early processing of inverted faces. Perception, 34(9), 1117-1134. {IF=1.585}

[001]    Leder, H., & Carbon, C. C. (2004). Part to whole effects and configural processing in faces. Psychology Science, 46(4), 531-543. [PDF] {IF=n.a.}

 

Grenzen der Gesichtsverarbeitung:

[127]    Wirth, B. E., & Carbon, C. C. (2017). An easy game for frauds? Effects of professional experience and time pressure on passport-matching perfor mance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 23(2), 138-157. {IF=2.355}

[107]    Utz, S., & Carbon, C. C. (2015). Afterimages are biased by top-down information. Perception, 44(1), 1263-1274. {IF=1.114} [DirectLink Perception]

[089]    Carbon, C. C., & Wirth, B. E. (2014). Neanderthal paintings? Production of prototypical human (homo sapiens) faces shows systematic distortions. Perception, 43, 99-102. {IF=1.311} [PDF]

[087]    Carbon, C. C., Grüter, M. & Grüter, T. (2013). Age-dependent face detection and face categorization performance. PlosOne, 8(10), e79164. {IF=3.730} [DirectLink Plos]

[074]    Schneider, T. M., Hecht, H., Stevanov, J. & Carbon, C. C. (2013). Cross-ethnic assessment of body weight and height on the basis of faces. Personality and Individual Differences, 55, 356-360. {IF=1.877} [PDF]

[073]    Cattaneo, Z., Vecchi, T., Monegato, M., Pece, A., Merabet, L. & Carbon, C. C. (2013). Strabismic amblyopia affects relational but not featural and holistic processing of faces. Vision Research, 80, 19-30. {IF=2.414}

[065]    Carbon, C. C., & Albrecht, S. (2012). Bartlett’s schema theory: The unreplicated “portrait d’homme” series from 1932. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65(11), 2258–2270. {IF=2.212}

[061]    Schneider, T. M., Hecht, H., & Carbon, C. C. (2012). Judging body-weight from faces: The height-weight illusion. Perception, 41, 121-124. {IF=1.293}

[029]    Derntl, B., Seidel, E-M., Kainz, E., & Carbon, C. C. (2009). Recognition of emotional expressions is affected by inversion and presentation time. Perception, 38, 1849-1862. {IF=1.360}

[020]    Carbon, C. C. (2008). Famous faces as icons. About the illusion of being an expert in the recognition of famous faces. Perception, 37(5), 801-806. [PDF] {IF=1.585}

[004]    Carbon, C. C., Schweinberger, S. R., Kaufmann, J. M. & Leder, H. (2005). The Thatcher illusion seen by the brain: An event-related brain potentials study. Cognitive Brain Research, 24(3), 544-555. {IF=2.568}

D) Weiterführende Forschungsarbeiten zu Gesichtern

[133]    Schneider, T. M., & Carbon, C. C. (2017). Taking the perfect selfie: Investigating the impact of perspective on the perception of higher cognitive variables. Frontiers in Psychology, 8(971). {IF=2.463} [DirectLink Frontiers]

[126]    Carbon, C. C. (2017). Universal principles of depicting oneself across the centuries: From Renaissance self-portraits to selfie-photographs. Frontiers in Psychology: Human-Media Interaction, 8(245), 1-9. {IF=2.463} [DirectLink Frontiers]

[124]    Utz, S., & Carbon, C. C. (2016). Is the Thatcher Illusion modulated by face familiarity? Evidence from an eye tracking study. PLoS One, 11(10), e0163933. {IF=3.057} [DirectLink PLoS]

[100]    Harsányi, G., & Carbon, C. C. (2015). How perception affects racial categorization: On the influence of initial visual exposure on labelling people as diverse individuals or racial subjects. Perception, 44(1), 100-102. {IF=1.114} [PDF]

[098]    Cattaneo, Z., Schiavi, S., Lega, C., Renzi, C., Tagliaferri, M., Boehringer, J., Carbon, C. C., & Vecchi, T. (2014). Biases in spatial bisection induced by viewing male and female faces. Experimental Psychology, 61(5), 368-377. {IF=1.921} [PDF]

[097]    Guevara-Rojas, G., Figl, M., Schicho, K., Seemann, R., Traxler, H., Vacariu, A., Carbon, C. C., Ewers, R., & Watzinger, F. (2014). Patient-specific polyetheretherketone facial implants in a computer-aided planning workflow. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 72(9), 1801-1812. {IF=1.333} [PDF]

[088]    Cattaneo, Z., Lega, C., Boehringer, J., Girelli, L. & Carbon, C. C. (2014). Happiness takes you right: The effect of emotional stimuli on line bisection. Cognition and Emotion, 28(2), 325-344. {IF=2.377} [PDF]

[082]    Ditye, T., Javadi, A. H., Carbon, C. C., & Walsh, V. (2013). Sleep links sensory adaptation to memory. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences, 280(1769), 1-8. {IF=5.863} [link to PRSB][Science News][Science PDF]

[077]    Strobach, T., & Carbon, C. C. (2013). Face adaptation effects: Reviewing the impact of adapting information, time, and transfer. Frontiers in Perception Science, 4(318), 1-12. {IF=n.a.} [PDF]

[066]    Carbon, C. C. (2013). BiDimRegression: Bidimensional regression modeling using R. Journal of Statistical Software, Code Snippets, 52(1), 1-11. {IF=4.091} [DirectLink JSS]

[051]    Carbon, C. C., & Hesslinger, V. M. (2011). Bateson et al.’s (2006) Cues-of-being-watched paradigm revisited. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 70(4), 203-210. [PDF] {IF=1.024}

[034]    Windhager, S., Hutzler, F., Carbon, C. C., Oberzaucher, E., Schaefer, K., Thorstensen, T., Leder, H., & Grammer, K. (2010). Laying eyes on headlights: Eye movements reveal facial features in cars. Collegium Antropologicum, 34(3), 1075-1080. [PDF] {IF=0.631}

[031]    Bohrn, I., Carbon, C. C., & Hutzler, F. (2010). Mona Lisa’s smile: Perception or deception? Psychological Science, 21(3), 378-380. {IF=4.812}

[013]    Carbon, C. C., & Leder, H. (2006). The Mona Lisa effect: is ‚our‘ Lisa fame or fake? Perception, 35(3), 411-414. [PDF] {IF=1.585}