Olivier Pascalis, PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology CNRS, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Area:
face processing, recognition memory
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Quinn PC, Lee K, Pascalis O. (2019) Face Processing in Infancy and Beyond: The Case of Social Categories. Annual Review of Psychology. 70: 165-189
Damon F, Li Z, Yan Y, et al. (2018) Preference for attractive faces is species-specific. Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983)
Richoz AR, Lao J, Pascalis O, et al. (2018) Tracking the recognition of static and dynamic facial expressions of emotion across the life span. Journal of Vision. 18: 5
Xiao NG, Mukaida M, Quinn PC, et al. (2018) Narrowing in face and speech perception in infancy: Developmental change in the relations between domains. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 176: 113-127
Wang Z, Quinn PC, Jin H, et al. (2018) A Regional Composite-Face Effect for Species-Specific Recognition: Upper and Lower Halves Play Different Roles in Holistic Processing of Monkey Faces. Vision Research
Heron-Delaney M, Quinn PC, Damon F, et al. (2018) Development of Preferences for Differently Aged Faces of Different Races. Social Development (Oxford, England). 27: 172-186
Qian MK, Quinn PC, Heyman GD, et al. (2017) A Long-Term Effect of Perceptual Individuation Training on Reducing Implicit Racial Bias in Preschool Children. Child Development
Stoll C, Palluel-Germain R, Caldara R, et al. (2017) Face Recognition is Shaped by the Use of Sign Language. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. 1-9
Heron-Delaney M, Damon F, Quinn PC, et al. (2017) An adult face bias in infants that is modulated by face race. International Journal of Behavioral Development. 41: 581-587
Bayet L, Quinn PC, Laboissière R, et al. (2017) Fearful but not happy expressions boost face detection in human infants. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
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