Naiqi G. Xiao
Naiqi G. Xiao
Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviours, McMaster University
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Similarity and difference in the processing of same-and other-race faces as revealed by eye tracking in 4-to 9-month-olds
S Liu, PC Quinn, A Wheeler, N Xiao, L Ge, K Lee
Journal of experimental child psychology 108 (1), 180-189, 2011
Development of visual preference for own-versus other-race faces in infancy.
S Liu, WS Xiao, NG Xiao, PC Quinn, Y Zhang, H Chen, L Ge, O Pascalis, ...
Developmental Psychology 51 (4), 500, 2015
Older but not younger infants associate own‐race faces with happy music and other‐race faces with sad music
NG Xiao, PC Quinn, S Liu, L Ge, O Pascalis, K Lee
Developmental Science 21 (2), e12537, 2018
Infants rely more on gaze cues from own‐race than other‐race adults for learning under uncertainty
NG Xiao, R Wu, PC Quinn, S Liu, KS Tummeltshammer, NZ Kirkham, L Ge, ...
Child development 89 (3), e229-e244, 2018
On the facilitative effects of face motion on face recognition and its development
NG Xiao, S Perrotta, PC Quinn, Z Wang, YHP Sun, K Lee
Frontiers in psychology 5, 633, 2014
Asian infants show preference for own-race but not other-race female faces: The role of infant caregiving arrangements
S Liu, NG Xiao, PC Quinn, D Zhu, L Ge, O Pascalis, K Lee
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 593, 2015
Development of face scanning for own-and other-race faces in infancy
WS Xiao, NG Xiao, PC Quinn, G Anzures, K Lee
International journal of behavioral development 37 (2), 100-105, 2013
Eye tracking reveals a crucial role for facial motion in recognition of faces by infants.
NG Xiao, PC Quinn, S Liu, L Ge, O Pascalis, K Lee
Developmental psychology 51 (6), 744, 2015
Scanning of own‐versus other‐race faces in infants from racially diverse or homogenous communities
AE Ellis, NG Xiao, K Lee, LM Oakes
Developmental Psychobiology 59 (5), 613-627, 2017
Bilingual infants demonstrate perceptual flexibility in phoneme discrimination but perceptual constraint in face discrimination
L Singh, D Loh, NG Xiao
Frontiers in psychology 8, 285335, 2017
Rigid facial motion influences featural, but not holistic, face processing
NG Xiao, PC Quinn, L Ge, K Lee
Vision research 57, 26-34, 2012
Emotional expressions reinstate recognition of other-race faces in infants following perceptual narrowing.
PC Quinn, K Lee, O Pascalis, NG Xiao
Developmental psychology 56 (1), 15, 2020
Monolingual but not bilingual infants demonstrate racial bias in social cue use
L Singh, PC Quinn, NG Xiao, K Lee
Developmental science 22 (6), e12809, 2019
Elastic facial movement influences part-based but not holistic processing.
NG Xiao, PC Quinn, L Ge, K Lee
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (5 …, 2013
Visual scanning and recognition of Chinese, Caucasian, and racially ambiguous faces: Contributions from bottom-up facial physiognomic information and top-down knowledge of …
Q Wang, NG Xiao, PC Quinn, CS Hu, M Qian, G Fu, K Lee
Vision research 107, 67-75, 2015
Natural, but not artificial, facial movements elicit the left visual field bias in infant face scanning
NG Xiao, PC Quinn, A Wheeler, O Pascalis, K Lee
Neuropsychologia 62, 175-183, 2014
Narrowing in face and speech perception in infancy: Developmental change in the relations between domains
NG Xiao, M Mukaida, PC Quinn, O Pascalis, K Lee, S Itakura
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 176, 113-127, 2018
The fusiform face area plays a greater role in holistic processing for own-race faces than other-race faces
G Zhou, J Liu, NG Xiao, SJ Wu, H Li, K Lee
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 220, 2018
An adult face bias in infants that is modulated by face race
M Heron-Delaney, F Damon, PC Quinn, D Méary, NG Xiao, K Lee, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Development 41 (5), 581-587, 2017
The eye-size illusion: Psychophysical characteristics, generality, and relation to holistic face processing
WS Xiao, G Fu, PC Quinn, YH Sun, NG Xiao, Q Wang, G Chen, O Pascalis, ...
Perception 43 (4), 265-274, 2014
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