Raymond Bruyer

Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium) 
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Bruyer R. (2011) Configural face processing: a meta-analytic survey. Perception. 40: 1478-90
Joassin F, Pesenti M, Maurage P, et al. (2011) Cross-modal interactions between human faces and voices involved in person recognition. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 47: 367-76
Campanella S, Bruyer R, Froidbise S, et al. (2010) Is two better than one? A cross-modal oddball paradigm reveals greater sensitivity of the P300 to emotional face-voice associations. Clinical Neurophysiology : Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology. 121: 1855-62
Joassin F, Maurage P, Pesenti M, et al. (2009) The cerebral network involved in the cross-modal interactions between human faces and voices during recognition. Neuroimage. 47: S75
Joassin F, Meert G, Campanella S, et al. (2007) The associative processes involved in faces-proper names versus animals-common names binding: a comparative ERP study. Biological Psychology. 75: 286-99
Bruyer R, Mejias S, Doublet S. (2007) Effect of face familiarity on age decision. Acta Psychologica. 124: 159-76
Joassin F, Maurage P, Campanella S, et al. (2006) Is associative priming a valid method to differentiate the serial and parallel models of face identification? Visual Cognition. 14: 199-216
Jemel B, Pisani M, Rousselle L, et al. (2005) Exploring the functional architecture of person recognition system with event-related potentials in a within- and cross-domain self-priming of faces. Neuropsychologia. 43: 2024-40
Kiffel C, Campanella S, Bruyer R. (2005) Categorical perception of faces and facial expressions: the age factor. Experimental Aging Research. 31: 119-47
Joassin F, Maurage P, Bruyer R, et al. (2004) When audition alters vision: an event-related potential study of the cross-modal interactions between faces and voices. Neuroscience Letters. 369: 132-7
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