Allyson Rice

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How does one recognize a person when face identification fails? Here, we show that people rely on the body but are unaware of doing so. State-of-the-art face-recognition algorithms were used to select images of people with almost no useful identity information in the face. Recognition of the face alone in these cases was near chance level, but recognition(More)
  • Matthew John Harrington, Wolfgang Losert, Michelle Girvan, Edward Ott, Christine Hartzell, Derek Richardson +25 others
  • 2015
Granular materials constitute a class of complex systems that can exhibit global behaviors that are reminiscent of solids, liquids, gases, or otherwise uniquely their own. The macroscopic size of individual grains tends to render the standard tools of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics inapplicable, while opening the possibility of directly measuring(More)
The neural organization of person processing relies on brain regions functionally selective for faces or bodies, with a subset of these regions preferring moving stimuli. Although the response properties of the individual areas are well established, less is known about the neural response to a whole person in a natural environment. Targeting an area of(More)
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