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Mother's face recognition by neonates: A replication and an extension
Abstract Previous experimenters have found that 4-day-old neonates look longer at their mother's face than at a stranger's face. We have replicated this finding under conditions where the infants areExpand
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Configural and Local Processing of Faces in Children with Williams Syndrome
Three experiments investigated face processing in children with Williams syndrome (WS). In Experiment 1, the ability to discriminate different aspects of faces was compared between WS subjects and aExpand
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Neural Correlates of Woman Face Processing by 2-Month-Old Infants
The age of 2 months marks a turn in the development of face processing in humans with the emergence of recognition based on internal feature configuration. We studied the neural bases of this earlyExpand
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Face processing in autistics: Evidence for a generalised deficit?
Abstract Several studies have recently highlighted specific impairments in face processing in autistic subjects (memory for faces, recognition of emotional expressions, identity recognition ofExpand
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Modelling aspects of face processing in early infancy
The aim of this work is to understand how face processing develops from birth to 4 months by modelling some face processing abilities of infants between these ages. The neural model reproducesExpand
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Responses to mother's face in 3‐week to 5‐month‐old infants
Pascalis, de Schonen, Morton, Deruelle, and Fabre-Grenet (1995) showed that while 4-day-old infants looked longer at their mother's face than at a stranger's, they did not do so if both women wereExpand
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Development of face processing after unilateral brain lesions sustained before one year of age was assessed in children aged between seven and 10 years by various tasks involving face processing.Expand
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Constraints on the Timing of Infant Cognitive Change: Domain-Specific or Domain-General?
Most studies of infant cognition focus on group data from single domains. Yet, without the multidomain testing of the same infants longitudinally, such data cannot be used to evaluate whether theExpand
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Postural effects of motion vision in young autistic children.
We present the first assessment of motion vision in childhood autism. Postural reactivity to visually perceived motion was measured in five autistic children and 12 normal controls of the sameExpand
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