Louise Ewing

University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, United Kingdom 
Face perception
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Wardle SG, Ewing L, Malcolm GL, et al. (2023) Children perceive illusory faces in objects as male more often than female. Cognition. 235: 105398
Mares I, Ewing L, Papasavva M, et al. (2022) Face recognition ability is manifest in early dynamic decoding of face-orientation selectivity-Evidence from multi-variate pattern analysis of the neural response. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 159: 299-312
Ewing L, Mares I, Edwards SG, et al. (2022) Orientation effects support specialist processing of upright unfamiliar faces in children and adults. Developmental Psychology
Burton N, Burton M, Fisher C, et al. (2021) Beyond Likert ratings: Improving the robustness of developmental research measurement using best-worst scaling. Behavior Research Methods
Farran EK, Mares I, Papasavva M, et al. (2020) Characterizing the neural signature of face processing in Williams syndrome via multivariate pattern analysis and event related potentials. Neuropsychologia. 107440
Mares I, Ewing L, Farran EK, et al. (2020) Developmental changes in the processing of faces as revealed by EEG decoding. Neuroimage. 211: 116660
Tan DW, Maybery MT, Ewing L, et al. (2019) Sex-specific variation in facial masculinity/femininity associated with autistic traits in the general population. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953)
Sutherland CAM, Rhodes G, Williams N, et al. (2019) Appearance-based trust processing in schizophrenia. The British Journal of Clinical Psychology
Ewing L, Sutherland CAM, Willis ML. (2019) Children show adult-like facial appearance biases when trusting others. Developmental Psychology
Hooper JJ, Sutherland CAM, Ewing L, et al. (2018) Should I trust you? Autistic traits predict reduced appearance-based trust decisions. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953)
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