Alice O'Toole

Affiliations: 
Cognition and Neuroscience at the University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, United States 
Area:
perception, memory, and cognition, with special interests in recognition memory for faces
Website:
http://www.utdallas.edu/~otoole/
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Phillips PJ, Yates AN, Hu Y, et al. (2018) Face recognition accuracy of forensic examiners, superrecognizers, and face recognition algorithms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Yovel G, O'Toole AJ. (2016) Recognizing People in Motion. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
White D, Phillips PJ, Hahn CA, et al. (2015) Perceptual expertise in forensic facial image comparison. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
Hahn C, O'Toole A, Phillips PJ. (2015) Classifying neural responses to familiar and unfamiliar people over viewing distances in face and body selective areas. Journal of Vision. 15: 427
Hahn CA, O'Toole AJ, Phillips PJ. (2015) Dissecting the time course of person recognition in natural viewing environments. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953)
Norell K, Läthén KB, Bergström P, et al. (2015) The effect of image quality and forensic expertise in facial image comparisons. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 60: 331-40
Natu VS, O'Toole AJ. (2015) Spatiotemporal changes in neural response patterns to faces varying in visual familiarity. Neuroimage. 108: 151-9
O'Toole AJ, Natu V, An X, et al. (2014) The neural representation of faces and bodies in motion and at rest. Neuroimage. 91: 1-11
Phillips PJ, O'Toole AJ. (2014) Comparison of human and computer performance across face recognition experiments Image and Vision Computing. 32: 74-85
Rice A, Phillips PJ, Natu V, et al. (2013) Unaware person recognition from the body when face identification fails. Psychological Science. 24: 2235-43
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