John Towler
John Towler
Department of Psychology, Swansea University
Verified email at swansea.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Social inferences from faces: Ambient images generate a three-dimensional model
CAM Sutherland, JA Oldmeadow, IM Santos, J Towler, DM Burt, ...
Cognition 127 (1), 105-118, 2013
1922013
The face-sensitive N170 component in developmental prosopagnosia
J Towler, A Gosling, B Duchaine, M Eimer
Neuropsychologia 50 (14), 3588-3599, 2012
542012
Facial identity and facial expression are initially integrated at visual perceptual stages of face processing
K Fisher, J Towler, M Eimer
Neuropsychologia 80, 115-125, 2016
322016
Electrophysiological studies of face processing in developmental prosopagnosia: neuropsychological and neurodevelopmental perspectives
J Towler, M Eimer
Cognitive Neuropsychology 29 (5-6), 503-529, 2012
322012
Response of face-selective brain regions to trustworthiness and gender of faces
G Mattavelli, TJ Andrews, AUR Asghar, JR Towler, AW Young
Neuropsychologia 50 (9), 2205-2211, 2012
322012
The cognitive and neural basis of developmental prosopagnosia
J Towler, K Fisher, M Eimer
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 70 (2), 316-344, 2017
252017
Early stages of perceptual face processing are confined to the contralateral hemisphere: Evidence from the N170 component
J Towler, M Eimer
cortex 64, 89-101, 2015
202015
The activation of visual face memory and explicit face recognition are delayed in developmental prosopagnosia
J Parketny, J Towler, M Eimer
Neuropsychologia 75, 538-547, 2015
172015
The focus of spatial attention determines the number and precision of face representations in working memory
J Towler, M Kelly, M Eimer
Cerebral Cortex 26 (6), 2530-2540, 2015
152015
Normal perception of Mooney faces in developmental prosopagnosia: Evidence from the N170 component and rapid neural adaptation
J Towler, A Gosling, B Duchaine, M Eimer
Journal of Neuropsychology 10 (1), 15-32, 2016
142016
Perceptual face processing in developmental prosopagnosia is not sensitive to the canonical location of face parts
J Towler, J Parketny, M Eimer
cortex 74, 53-66, 2016
142016
Facial misidentifications arise from the erroneous activation of visual face memory
BE Wirth, K Fisher, J Towler, M Eimer
Neuropsychologia 77, 387-399, 2015
122015
Reduced sensitivity to contrast signals from the eye region in developmental prosopagnosia
K Fisher, J Towler, M Eimer
cortex 81, 64-78, 2016
102016
Electrophysiological evidence for parts and wholes in visual face memory
J Towler, M Eimer
cortex 83, 246-258, 2016
72016
Face identity matching is selectively impaired in developmental prosopagnosia
K Fisher, J Towler, M Eimer
cortex 89, 11-27, 2017
62017
Effects of contrast inversion on face perception depend on gaze location: Evidence from the N170 component
K Fisher, J Towler, M Eimer
Cognitive neuroscience 7 (1-4), 128-137, 2016
62016
Holistic face perception is impaired in developmental prosopagnosia
J Towler, K Fisher, M Eimer
Cortex 108, 112-126, 2018
32018
Commonly associated face and object recognition impairments have implications for the cognitive architecture
JR Towler, JJ Tree
Cognitive neuropsychology 35 (1-2), 70-73, 2018
32018
The focus of spatial attention determines the number and quality of individual faces retained in working memory
J Towler, M Eimer
Journal of vision 15 (12), 669-669, 2015
12015
Tracking the separation of visual representations of face identity and emotional expression in real time
K Fisher, J Towler, M Eimer
Journal of vision 15 (12), 683-683, 2015
2015
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