Olivier Pascalis, PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology CNRS, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Area:
face processing, recognition memory
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Woo PJ, Quinn PC, Méary D, et al. (2020) A developmental investigation of the other-race categorization advantage in a multiracial population: Contrasting social categorization and perceptual expertise accounts. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 197: 104870
Remon D, Loevenbruck H, Deudon M, et al. (2020) 24-Month-olds and over remember novel object names after a single learning event. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 196: 104859
Quinn PC, Lee K, Pascalis O. (2020) Beyond perceptual development: Infant responding to social categories. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 58: 35-61
Quinn PC, Lee K, Pascalis O, et al. (2019) Emotional expressions reinstate recognition of other-race faces in infants following perceptual narrowing. Developmental Psychology
Stoll C, Rodger H, Lao J, et al. (2019) Quantifying Facial Expression Intensity and Signal Use in Deaf Signers. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education
Vilain A, Dole M, Lœvenbruck H, et al. (2019) The role of production abilities in the perception of consonant category in infants. Developmental Science. e12830
Kelly DJ, Duarte S, Meary D, et al. (2019) Infants rapidly detect human faces in complex naturalistic visual scenes. Developmental Science. e12829
Hillairet de Boisferon A, Dupierrix E, Uttley L, et al. (2019) Sex Categorization of Faces: The Effects of Age and Experience. I-Perception. 10: 2041669519830414
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)
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