Stefan D. Uddenberg

Affiliations: 
Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Area:
Visual cognition
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Won Mok Shim research assistant 2010-2013 Dartmouth
Brian J. Scholl grad student 2013- Yale
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Peterson JC, Uddenberg S, Griffiths TL, et al. (2022) Deep models of superficial face judgments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2115228119
Colombatto C, Uddenberg S, Scholl BJ. (2021) The Efficiency of Demography in Face Perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Uddenberg S, Scholl BJ. (2018) Teleface: Serial reproduction of faces reveals a whiteward bias in race memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Uddenberg S, Scholl B. (2018) Ten angry men: Serial reproduction of faces reveals that angry faces are represented as more masculine Journal of Vision. 18: 608
Uddenberg S, Scholl B. (2017) Angrier = Blacker?: The influence of emotional expression on the representation of race in faces, measured with serial reproduction Journal of Vision. 17: 912
Uddenberg S, Newman G, Scholl B. (2016) Perceptual averaging of scientific data: Implications of ensemble representations for the perception of patterns in graphs Journal of Vision. 16: 1081
van Buren B, Uddenberg S, Scholl BJ. (2015) The automaticity of perceiving animacy: Goal-directed motion in simple shapes influences visuomotor behavior even when task-irrelevant. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Uddenberg S, Scholl B. (2015) Revealing mental defaults in face space with serial reproduction. Journal of Vision. 15: 1214
van Buren B, Uddenberg S, Scholl B. (2015) The automaticity of perceiving animacy: Seeing goal-directed motion in simple shapes influences visuomotor behavior even when task-irrelevant. Journal of Vision. 15: 1187
Familiar A, Uddenberg S, Shim WM. (2015) Positive affect reduces visual crowding. Journal of Vision. 15: 450
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