Joseph M. Arizpe

Affiliations: 
National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Neuroscience
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Parents

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Steven M. Chase research assistant 2007-2007 Carnegie Mellon
 (Summer Intern)
Kevin A. Pelphrey research assistant 2007-2008 Carnegie Mellon
 (NIMH undergrad fellow)
Chris I. Baker research assistant 2008-2010 NIMH
 (IRTA)
Vincent Walsh grad student 2010- UCL

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Cynthia S. Peng collaborator 2009- Carnegie Mellon
Crystal CW Goh collaborator 2010-2012 UCL
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Arizpe JM, Noles DL, Tsao JW, et al. (2019) Eye Movement Dynamics Differ between Encoding and Recognition of Faces. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 3
Arizpe JM, Saad E, Douglas AO, et al. (2019) Self-reported face recognition is highly valid, but alone is not highly discriminative of prosopagnosia-level performance on objective assessments. Behavior Research Methods
Arizpe J, Saad E, Wilmer J, et al. (2018) The relation between facial recognition response time and facial recognition ability: task demands modulate its direction and magnitude Journal of Vision. 18: 930
saad e, Arizpe J, Esterman M, et al. (2018) Repetitive TMS to right OFA enhances part-based but not holistic face encoding Journal of Vision. 18: 1086
Arizpe JM, McKean DL, Tsao JW, et al. (2017) Where You Look Matters for Body Perception: Preferred Gaze Location Contributes to the Body Inversion Effect. Plos One. 12: e0169148
Arizpe J, McKean D, Tsao J, et al. (2017) Encoding and recognition of faces involve different eye-movement dynamics Journal of Vision. 17: 1008
Arizpe J, Walsh V, Yovel G, et al. (2016) The categories, frequencies, and stability of idiosyncratic eye-movement patterns to faces. Vision Research
Arizpe J, Kravitz DJ, Walsh V, et al. (2016) Differences in Looking at Own- and Other-Race Faces Are Subtle and Analysis-Dependent: An Account of Discrepant Reports. Plos One. 11: e0148253
Arizpe J, Yovel G, Baker C. (2016) The diversity, prevalence, and stability of idiosyncratic eye-movement patterns to faces Journal of Vision. 16: 68
McKean D, Arizpe J, Chan A. (2016) Where You Look Matters for Body Perception: Preferred Gaze Location Causally Contributes to the Body Inversion Effect Journal of Vision. 16: 1043-1043
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