James W. Tanaka
James W. Tanaka
Professor of Psychology, University of Victoria
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The NimStim set of facial expressions: Judgments from untrained research participants
N Tottenham, JW Tanaka, AC Leon, T McCarry, M Nurse, TA Hare, ...
Psychiatry Research 168 (3), 242-249, 2009
Parts and wholes in face recognition
JW Tanaka, MJ Farah
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 46 (2), 225-245, 1993
What is" special" about face perception?
MJ Farah, KD Wilson, M Drain, JN Tanaka
Psychological review 105 (3), 482, 1998
Object categories and expertise: Is the basic level in the eye of the beholder?
JW Tanaka, M Taylor
Cognitive psychology 23 (3), 457-482, 1991
Controlling low-level image properties: The SHINE toolbox
V Willenbockel, J Sadr, D Fiset, GO Horne, F Gosselin, JW Tanaka
Behavior research methods 42 (3), 671-684, 2010
What causes the face inversion effect?
MJ Farah, JW Tanaka, HM Drain
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 21 (3), 628, 1995
Features and their configuration in face recognition
JW Tanaka, JA Sengco
Memory & Cognition 25 (5), 583-592, 1997
A neural basis for expert object recognition
JW Tanaka, T Curran
Psychological science 12 (1), 43, 2001
A holistic account of the own-race effect in face recognition: Evidence from a cross-cultural study
JW Tanaka, M Kiefer, CM Bukach
Cognition 93 (1), B1-B9, 2004
Holistic and part‐based face recognition in children with autism
RM Joseph, J Tanaka
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 44 (4), 529-542, 2003
Training [] greeble'experts: a framework for studying expert object recognition processes
I Gauthier, P Williams, MJ Tarr, J Tanaka
Vision Research 38 (15-16), 2401-2428, 1998
The body-inversion effect
CL Reed, VE Stone, S Bozova, J Tanaka
Psychological science 14 (4), 302-308, 2003
The inverted face inversion effect in prosopagnosia: Evidence for mandatory, face-specific perceptual mechanisms
MJ Farah, KD Wilson, HM Drain, JR Tanaka
Vision research 35 (14), 2089-2093, 1995
Using computerized games to teach face recognition skills to children with autism spectrum disorder: the Let’s Face It! program
JW Tanaka, JM Wolf, C Klaiman, K Koenig, J Cockburn, L Herlihy, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 51 (8), 944-952, 2010
Activation of preexisting and acquired face representations: The N250 event-related potential as an index of face familiarity
JW Tanaka, T Curran, AL Porterfield, D Collins
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18 (9), 1488-1497, 2006
The entry point of face recognition: Evidence for face expertise.
JW Tanaka
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 130 (3), 534, 2001
The role of color in high-level vision
J Tanaka, D Weiskopf, P Williams
Trends in cognitive sciences 5 (5), 211-215, 2001
The “eye avoidance” hypothesis of autism face processing
JW Tanaka, A Sung
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46, 1538-1552, 2016
Color diagnosticity in object recognition
JW Tanaka, LM Presnell
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 61 (6), 1140-1153, 1999
The neural plasticity of other-race face recognition
JW Tanaka, LJ Pierce
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 9 (1), 122-131, 2009
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