Jessie Peissig

California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, CA, United States 
High-Level Vision, Perception
"Jessie Peissig"
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Drain A, Fisk R, Bukach C, et al. (2018) How to Get Away with Murder: The Effect of Hoodies and Glasses on Facial Recognition Journal of Vision. 18: 1345
Drain A, Bukach C, Peissig J. (2017) Does Blocking the Eyebrows with Eyeglasses Disrupt Faces Recognition Performance? Journal of Vision. 17: 609
Bukach C, Nagasugi L, Cooke M, et al. (2016) The Longer I See You, the Angrier You Look: The Time Course of Other-Race Effects in Expression Recognition Journal of Vision. 16: 498
Bukach C, Peissig J, Meredith W, et al. (2015) LImits of Expertise: Investigating the Role of Holistic Processing in Visual Discrimination and Recognition. Journal of Vision. 15: 1140
Castro J, Peissig J, Bukach C. (2015) The Use of Eyebrows as a Visual Feature. Journal of Vision. 15: 151
Balas B, Peissig J, Moulson M. (2015) Children (but not adults) judge similarity in own- and other-race faces by the color of their skin. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 130: 56-66
Peissig J, Dillon C, Saavedra C, et al. (2014) Testing the Effects of Race on the Recognition of Disguised Faces Journal of Vision. 14: 1277-1277
Browning E, Huynh C, Peissig J. (2013) Show Me Your Poker Face: Are Poker Players Better at Recognizing Emotional Expressions? Journal of Vision. 13: 599-599
Saavedra C, Smith P, Peissig J. (2013) The Relative Role of Eyes, Eyebrows, and Eye Region in Face Recognition Journal of Vision. 13: 410-410
Douma A, Moniz E, Tarr M, et al. (2012) Title: Familiarity and the Recognition of Disguised Faces Journal of Vision. 12: 980-980
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