Tirta Susilo
Tirta Susilo
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Advances in developmental prosopagnosia research
T Susilo, B Duchaine
Current opinion in neurobiology 23 (3), 423-429, 2013
1862013
The inversion, part-whole, and composite effects reflect distinct perceptual mechanisms with varied relationships to face recognition.
C Rezlescu, T Susilo, JB Wilmer, A Caramazza
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (12 …, 2017
922017
Face aftereffects predict individual differences in face recognition ability
HW Dennett, E McKone, M Edwards, T Susilo
Psychological Science 23 (11), 1279-1287, 2012
842012
Face recognition impairments despite normal holistic processing and face space coding: Evidence from a case of developmental prosopagnosia
T Susilo, E McKone, H Dennett, H Darke, R Palermo, A Hall, M Pidcock, ...
Cognitive neuropsychology 27 (8), 636-664, 2010
712010
Is voting skin-deep? Estimating the effect of candidate ballot photographs on election outcomes
A Leigh, T Susilo
Journal of Economic Psychology 30 (1), 61-70, 2009
662009
Face recognition ability matures late: Evidence from individual differences in young adults.
T Susilo, L Germine, B Duchaine
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 39 (5 …, 2013
652013
Solving the upside-down puzzle: Why do upright and inverted face aftereffects look alike?
T Susilo, E McKone, M Edwards
Journal of vision 10 (13), 1-1, 2010
632010
High-frequency transcranial random noise stimulation enhances perception of facial identity
A Romanska, C Rezlescu, T Susilo, B Duchaine, MJ Banissy
Cerebral Cortex 25 (11), 4334-4340, 2015
602015
What shape are the neural response functions underlying opponent coding in face space? A psychophysical investigation
T Susilo, E McKone, M Edwards
Vision research 50 (3), 300-314, 2010
602010
Acquired prosopagnosia without word recognition deficits
T Susilo, V Wright, JJ Tree, B Duchaine
Cognitive Neuropsychology 32 (6), 321-339, 2015
482015
The anterior temporal face area contains invariant representations of face identity that can persist despite the loss of right FFA and OFA
H Yang, T Susilo, B Duchaine
Cerebral Cortex 26 (3), 1096-1107, 2016
452016
Face perception is category-specific: Evidence from normal body perception in acquired prosopagnosia
T Susilo, G Yovel, JJS Barton, B Duchaine
Cognition 129 (1), 88-94, 2013
432013
The composite task reveals stronger holistic processing in children than adults for child faces
T Susilo, K Crookes, E McKone, H Turner
PLoS One 4 (7), e6460, 2009
332009
The composite effect for inverted faces is reliable at large sample sizes and requires the basic face configuration
T Susilo, C Rezlescu, B Duchaine
Journal of Vision 13 (13), 14-14, 2013
292013
Normal body perception despite the loss of right fusiform gyrus
T Susilo, H Yang, Z Potter, R Robbins, B Duchaine
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (3), 614-622, 2015
192015
Object recognition in acquired and developmental prosopagnosia
JJS Barton, A Albonico, T Susilo, B Duchaine, SL Corrow
Cognitive neuropsychology 36 (1-2), 54-84, 2019
142019
Social perception in synaesthesia for colour
AB Janik McErlean, T Susilo, C Rezlescu, A Bray, MJ Banissy
Cognitive Neuropsychology 33 (7-8), 378-387, 2016
132016
The role of holistic face processing in acquired prosopagnosia: evidence from the composite face effect
RD Finzi, T Susilo, JJS Barton, BC Duchaine
Visual Cognition 24 (4), 304-320, 2016
112016
Normal social evaluations of faces in acquired prosopagnosia
C Rezlescu, T Susilo, JJS Barton, B Duchaine
cortex 50, 200-203, 2014
112014
Dissociations between faces and words: comment on Behrmann and Plaut
T Susilo, B Duchaine
Trends in cognitive sciences 17 (11), 545, 2013
102013
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