Catrina M. Hacker
Catrina M. Hacker
Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania
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A face in a (temporal) crowd
CM Hacker, EX Meschke, I Biederman
Vision research 157, 55-60, 2019
The cognitive neuroscience of person identification
I Biederman, BE Shilowich, SB Herald, E Margalit, R Maarek, EX Meschke, ...
Neuropsychologia 116, 205-214, 2018
What is the nature of the perceptual deficit in congenital prosopagnosia
I Biederman, E Margalit, RS Maarek, EX Meschke, BE Shilowich, ...
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Vision Sciences Society, 2017
The invariance of recognition to the stretching of faces is not explained by familiarity or warping to an average face
C Hacker, I Biederman
PsyArxiv, 2018
How Many Faces Can You Recognize
EX Meschke, CM Hacker, I Biederman
Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St …, 2018
Can Familiar Faces be Negatively Detected at RSVP Rates?
E Meschke, C Hacker, J Juarez, R Maarek, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 1027-1027, 2017
The sizable difficulty in matching unfamiliar faces differing only moderately in orientation in depth is a function of image dissimilarity
CM Hacker, I Biederman, T Zhu, M Nelken, EX Meschke
Vision Research 194, 107959, 2022
Matching Depth-Rotated Faces at Varying Degrees of Physical Similarity
T Zhu, M Nelken, C Hacker, E Meschke, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 932-932, 2018
How Many Faces Can We Recognize?
E Meschke, C Hacker, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 158-158, 2018
Worse remembering of a dog when viewed in a sequence of dogs is dominated by changes in memory mechanisms as opposed to sensory adaptation
CM Hacker, BGL Jannuzi, T Meyer, ML Hay, NC Rust
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 4075-4075, 2022
Neural analogs of memory sharpening behavior emerge earlier in inferotemporal cortex than the hippocampus
BGL Jannuzi, CM Hacker, T Meyer, ML Hay, NC Rust
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 4025-4025, 2022
Ritalin as a causal perturbation
CM Hacker, NC Rust
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2022
The Proficiency for Distinguishing Faces is Independent of the Proficiency for Remembering Them
C Hacker, I Biederman
PsyArXiv, 2019
The Cost of Matching Depth-Rotated Faces: A Simple Function of Image Similarity
I Biederman, T Zhu, M Nelken, EX Meschke, CM Hacker
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 136b-136b, 2019
The Capacity for Face Perception is Independent of the Capacity for Face Memory
CM Hacker, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 139a-139a, 2019
The Sizable Difficulty in Recognizing Unfamiliar Faces Differing Only Moderately in Orientation in Depth is a Function of Image Dissimilarity
C Hacker, I Biederman, T Zhu, M Nelken, E Meschke
PsyArXiv, 2019
Recognition of Stretched Faces
CM Hacker, EX Meschke, I Biederman, SB Herald
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 160-160, 2018
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