Ipek Oruc

Ophthalmology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Visual neuroscience
"Ipek Oruc"
Mean distance: 14.72 (cluster 23)


Sign in to add mentor
Michael S. Landy grad student 1998-2003 NYU
 (Three studies on perception of texture -defined form and depth cue combination.)
Laurence T. Maloney grad student 1998-2003 NYU
BETA: Related publications


You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Oruc I, Mousavi M. (2022) Three new models to account for impact of racially-heterogenous face-diet on face expertise. Journal of Vision. 22: 23
Mousavi SM, Oruc I. (2020) Size Effects in the Recognition of Blurry Faces. Perception. 301006619899574
Oruc I, Balas B, Landy MS. (2019) Face perception: A brief journey through recent discoveries and current directions. Vision Research
Oruc I, Balas B, Landy MS. (2019) Introduction to the special issue on face perception: Experience, models, and neural mechanisms. Vision Research. 157: 10-11
Oruc I, Shafai F, Iarocci G. (2019) Link between facial identity and expression abilities suggestive of origins of face impairments in autism: support for the social motivation hypothesis Journal of Vision. 19: 41
Albonico A, Furubacke A, Barton JJS, et al. (2018) Perceptual efficiency and the inversion effect for faces, words and houses. Vision Research. 153: 91-97
Oruc I, Shafai F, Iarocci G. (2018) Link Between Facial Identity and Expression Abilities Suggestive of Origins of Face Impairments in Autism: Support for the Social-Motivation Hypothesis. Psychological Science. 956797618795471
Oruc I, Shafai F, Murthy S, et al. (2018) The adult face-diet: A naturalistic observation study. Vision Research
Shafai F, Oruc I. (2018) Qualitatively similar processing for own- and other-race faces: Evidence from efficiency and equivalent input noise. Vision Research. 143: 58-65
Oruc I, Mousavi M. (2018) Blurry faces are easier to recognize when viewed small Journal of Vision. 18: 161
See more...