Andrew W. Young

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Right-handed male and female subjects were asked to identify bilaterally presented famous faces from an upright display of all the faces used in the experiment, under four conditions: these involved presentation of upright external features, upright internal features, upright whole faces, and inverted whole faces. The task was one of identification in the(More)
Neuroimaging studies have revealed topographically organised patterns of response to different objects in the ventral visual pathway. These patterns are thought to be based on the form of the object. However, it is not clear what dimensions of object form are important. Here, we determined the extent to which spatial properties (energy across the image)(More)
The ability to perceive facial expressions of emotion is essential for effective social communication. We investigated how the perception of facial expression emerges from the image properties that convey this important social signal, and how neural responses in face-selective brain regions might track these properties. To do this, we measured the(More)
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