Implicit Active Contours Driven by Local Binary Fitting Energy
- Chunming Li, C. Kao, J. Gore, Z. Ding
- Computer ScienceIEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern…
- 17 June 2007
The proposed region-based active contour model can be used to segment images with intensity inhomogeneity, which overcomes the limitation of piecewise constant models and has promising application to image denoising.
A Level Set Method for Image Segmentation in the Presence of Intensity Inhomogeneities With Application to MRI
- Chunming Li, Rui Huang, Z. Ding, C. Gatenby, Dimitris N. Metaxas, J. Gore
- MathematicsIEEE Transactions on Image Processing
- 1 July 2011
A novel region-based method for image segmentation, which is able to simultaneously segment the image and estimate the bias field, and the estimated bias field can be used for intensity inhomogeneity correction (or bias correction).
Disruption of posterior brain systems for reading in children with developmental dyslexia
The Fusiform Face Area is Part of a Network that Processes Faces at the Individual Level
- I. Gauthier, M. Tarr, J. Moylan, P. Skudlarski, J. Gore, A. Anderson
- PsychologyJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience
- 1 May 2000
It is suggested that face- selective areas may be involved in the perception of faces at the individual level, whereas letter-selective regions may be tuning themselves to font information in order to recognize letters more efficiently.
Performance on Indirect Measures of Race Evaluation Predicts Amygdala Activation
- E. Phelps, K. O’Connor, M. Banaji
- Psychology, BiologyJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience
- 1 September 2000
The results suggest that amygdala and behavioral responses to Black-versus-White faces in White subjects reflect cultural evaluations of social groups modified by individual experience.
Expertise for cars and birds recruits brain areas involved in face recognition
It is suggested that level of categorization and expertise, rather than superficial properties of objects, determine the specialization of the FFA.
Functional disruption in the organization of the brain for reading in dyslexia.
- S. Shaywitz, B. Shaywitz, J. Gore
- Psychology, BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 3 March 1998
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging to compare brain activation patterns in dyslexic and nonimpaired subjects as they performed tasks that made progressively greater demands on phonologic analysis supports a conclusion that the impairment in Dyslexia is phonologic in nature.
Differential Sensitivity of Human Visual Cortex to Faces, Letterstrings, and Textures: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
- Aina Puce, T. Allison, Maryam Asgari, J. Gore, G. McCarthy
- Psychology, BiologyJournal of Neuroscience
- 15 August 1996
Different regions of ventral extrastriate cortex are specialized for processing the perceptual features of faces and letterstrings, and that these regions are intermediate between earlier processing in striate and peristriates cortex, and later lexical, semantic, and associative processing in downstream cortical regions.
Activation of the middle fusiform 'face area' increases with expertise in recognizing novel objects
Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to measure changes associated with increasing expertise in brain areas selected for their face preference, and evidence is presented that expertise recruits the fusiform gyrus 'face area'.
Separable Neural Components in the Processing of Black and White Faces
- William A. Cunningham, Marcia K. Johnson, C. L. Raye, J. Gatenby, J. Gore, M. Banaji
- PsychologyPsychology Science
- 1 December 2004
Results provide evidence for neural distinctions between automatic and more controlled processing of social groups, and suggest that controlled processes may modulate automatic evaluation.