Cindy M. Bukach, Ph.D.

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2004 University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
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Behavioral Psychology
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Daniel Nathan Bub grad student 2004 University of Victoria
 (Category specificity in normal recall: Investigations of the verbal and visual domain.)
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Wong AC, Bukach CM, Hsiao J, et al. (2012) Holistic processing as a hallmark of perceptual expertise for nonface categories including Chinese characters. Journal of Vision. 12: 7
Bukach CM, Gauthier I, Tarr MJ, et al. (2012) Does acquisition of Greeble expertise in prosopagnosia rule out a domain-general deficit? Neuropsychologia. 50: 289-304
Bukach CM, Vickery TJ, Kinka D, et al. (2012) Training experts: individuation without naming is worth it. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 38: 14-7
Bukach CM, Phillips WS, Gauthier I. (2010) Limits of generalization between categories and implications for theories of category specificity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 72: 1865-74
Richler JJ, Bukach CM, Gauthier I. (2009) Context influences holistic processing of nonface objects in the composite task. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 71: 530-40
Bukach CM, Le Grand R, Kaiser MD, et al. (2008) Preservation of mouth region processing in two cases of prosopagnosia. Journal of Neuropsychology. 2: 227-44
Bukach CM, Gauthier I, Tarr MJ. (2006) Beyond faces and modularity: the power of an expertise framework. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 10: 159-66
Bukach CM, Bub DN, Gauthier I, et al. (2006) Perceptual expertise effects are not all or none: spatially limited perceptual expertise for faces in a case of prosopagnosia. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 18: 48-63
Tanaka JW, Kiefer M, Bukach CM. (2004) A holistic account of the own-race effect in face recognition: evidence from a cross-cultural study. Cognition. 93: B1-9
Bukach CM, Bub DN, Masson ME, et al. (2004) Category specificity in normal episodic learning: applications to object recognition and category-specific agnosia. Cognitive Psychology. 48: 1-46
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