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Cortical specialisation for face processing: face-sensitive event-related potential components in 3- and 12-month-old infants
The adult N170 is considered to be an electrophysiological marker of specialised mechanisms for face processing, but little is known about its developmental origin. Expand
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The emergence of the social brain network: Evidence from typical and atypical development
Several research groups have identified a network of regions of the adult cortex that are activated during social perception and cognition tasks. In this paper we focus on the development ofExpand
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Modulation of event‐related potentials by prototypical and atypical faces
High-density event-related potentials (HD-ERPs) were recorded while adults passively viewed colour images of faces that artificially (Experiment I) or naturally (Experiment II) differed inExpand
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Development of face-sensitive event-related potentials during infancy: a review.
Event-related potential (ERP) studies in adults have identified a number of components related to encoding and recognition memory of faces. Although behavioural studies indicate that even very youngExpand
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Disordered visual processing and oscillatory brain activity in autism and Williams Syndrome
Two developmental disorders, autism and Williams syndrome, are both commonly described as having difficulties in integrating perceptual features, i.e. binding spatially separate elements into aExpand
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Neural Correlates of Eye-Gaze Detection in Young Children with Autism
Various reports have demonstrated difficulties in eye-gaze processing in older children and adults with autism. However, little is known about the neural or developmental origin of such difficulties.Expand
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Face-sensitive cortical processing in early infancy.
BACKGROUND Debates about the developmental origins of adult face processing could be directly addressed if a clear infant neural marker could be identified. Previous research with infants remainsExpand
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Is high-spatial frequency information used in the early stages of face detection?
The present study examined the role of high-spatial frequency information in early face processing, as indexed by the N170 face-sensitive ERP component. Expand
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Face and gaze processing in Prader-Willi syndrome.
A number of developmental disorders of genetic origin show atypical aspects of face processing. However, little is known about face processing in Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS). PWS is of specificExpand
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ERP abnormalities of illusory contour perception in Williams Syndrome
Williams syndrome is a genetic disorder in which visuo-spatial performance is poor. Theorists have claimed that the deficit lies in high-level processing, leaving low-level visual processes intact.Expand
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