Rachel A. Robbins
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No face-like processing for objects-of-expertise in three behavioural tasks
R Robbins, E McKone
Cognition 103 (1), 34-79, 2007
Adaptation and face perception: How aftereffects implicate norm-based coding of faces
G Rhodes, R Robbins, E Jaquet, E McKone, L Jeffery, CWG Clifford
Fitting the mind to the world: Adaptation and after-effects in high-level vision, 2005
A review and clarification of the terms “holistic,”“configural,” and “relational” in the face perception literature
DW Piepers, RA Robbins
Frontiers in psychology 3, 559, 2012
Are faces special
E McKone, R Robbins
Oxford handbook of face perception, 149-176, 2011
Aftereffects for face attributes with different natural variability: adapter position effects and neural models.
R Robbins, E McKone, M Edwards
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (3), 570, 2007
Can holistic processing be learned for inverted faces?
R Robbins, E McKone
Cognition 88 (1), 79-107, 2003
The effects of inversion and familiarity on face versus body cues to person recognition.
RA Robbins, M Coltheart
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (5 …, 2012
The evidence rejects the expertise hypothesis: Reply to Gauthier & Bukach
E McKone, R Robbins
Cognition 103 (2), 331-336, 2007
Deficits in sensitivity to spacing after early visual deprivation in humans: A comparison of human faces, monkey faces, and houses
RA Robbins, M Nishimura, CJ Mondloch, TL Lewis, D Maurer
Developmental psychobiology 52 (8), 775-781, 2010
Impacts of impaired face perception on social interactions and quality of life in age-related macular degeneration: A qualitative study and new community resources
J Lane, EMF Rohan, F Sabeti, RW Essex, T Maddess, A Dawel, ...
PLoS One 13 (12), e0209218, 2018
Discrimination of facial features by adults, 10-year-olds, and cataract-reversal patients
CJ Mondloch, R Robbins, D Maurer
Perception 39 (2), 184-194, 2010
‘Don’t even get us started on social workers’: domestic violence, social work and trust—an anecdote from research
R Robbins, K Cook
The British Journal of Social Work 48 (6), 1664-1681, 2018
Left–right holistic integration of human bodies
RA Robbins, M Coltheart
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (10), 1962-1974, 2012
Recognition of dance-like actions: Memory for static posture or dynamic movement?
SA Vicary, RA Robbins, B Calvo-Merino, CJ Stevens
Memory & cognition 42, 755-767, 2014
Sex-related preferences for real and doll faces versus real and toy objects in young infants and adults
P Escudero, RA Robbins, SP Johnson
Journal of experimental child psychology 116 (2), 367-379, 2013
Infant perceptual development for faces and spoken words: An integrated approach
TL Watson, RA Robbins, CT Best
Developmental psychobiology 56 (7), 1454-1481, 2014
Why the other‐race effect matters: Poor recognition of other‐race faces impacts everyday social interactions
E McKone, A Dawel, RA Robbins, Y Shou, N Chen, K Crookes
British Journal of Psychology 114, 230-252, 2023
Development of sensitivity to spacing versus feature changes in pictures of houses: Evidence for slow development of a general spacing detection mechanism?
RA Robbins, Y Shergill, D Maurer, TL Lewis
Journal of experimental child psychology 109 (3), 371-382, 2011
Diagnosing prosopagnosia in east asian individuals: Norms for the cambridge face memory test–Chinese
E McKone, L Wan, R Robbins, K Crookes, J Liu
Cognitive neuropsychology 34 (5), 253-268, 2017
The relative importance of heads, bodies, and movement to person recognition across development
RA Robbins, M Coltheart
Journal of experimental child psychology 138, 1-14, 2015
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