Ori Amir
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Ha Ha! Versus Aha! A direct comparison of humor to nonhumorous insight for determining the neural correlates of mirth
O Amir, I Biederman, Z Wang, X Xu
Cerebral Cortex 25 (5), 1405-1413, 2015
The neural basis for shape preferences
O Amir, I Biederman, KJ Hayworth
Vision research 51 (20), 2198-2206, 2011
Predicting the psychophysical similarity of faces and non-face complex shapes by image-based measures
X Yue, I Biederman, MC Mangini, C von der Malsburg, O Amir
Vision research 55, 41-46, 2012
Sensitivity to nonaccidental properties across various shape dimensions
O Amir, I Biederman, KJ Hayworth
Vision Research 62, 35-43, 2012
The neural correlates of humor creativity
O Amir, I Biederman
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 597, 2016
Extracting latent moral information from text narratives: Relevance, challenges, and solutions
R Weber, JM Mangus, R Huskey, FR Hopp, O Amir, R Swanson, ...
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (2-3), 119-139, 2018
Developmental phonagnosia: Neural correlates and a behavioral marker
X Xu, I Biederman, BE Shilowich, SB Herald, O Amir, NE Allen
Brain and language 149, 106-117, 2015
Greater sensitivity to nonaccidental than metric shape properties in preschool children
O Amir, I Biederman, SB Herald, MP Shah, TH Mintz
Vision Research 97, 83-88, 2014
Phonagnosia: A voice homologue to prosopagnosia
SB Herald, X Xu, I Biederman, O Amir, BE Shilowich
Visual Cognition 22 (8), 1031-1033, 2014
Shaping Cooperation between Humans and Agents with Emotion Expressions and Framing
CM de Melo, P Khooshabeh, O Amir, J Gratch
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and …, 2018
The spontaneous appeal by naïve subjects to nonaccidental properties when distinguishing among highly similar members of subspecies of birds closely resembles descriptions …
O Amir, X Xu, I Biederman
Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, 2011
Social influence of humor in virtual human counselor's self‐disclosure
SH Kang, DM Krum, P Khooshabeh, T Phan, CY Chang, O Amir, R Lin
Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds 28 (3-4), e1763, 2017
Phonagnosia, a voice homologue to prosopagnosia
I Biederman, S Herald, X Xu, O Amir, B Shilowich
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 1206-1206, 2015
The Frog Test: A Tool for Measuring Humor Theories' Validity and Humor Preferences
O Amir
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 40, 2016
An Empirical Analysis of Subjectivity and Narrative Levels in Weblog Storytelling Across Cultures
R Swanson, AS Gordon, P Khooshabeh, K Sagae, R Huskey, M Mangus, ...
Dialogue & Discourse 8 (2), 105-128, 2017
The claim that pre-school children are insensitive to nonaccidental vs. metric shape properties challenged by biologically-based shape scaling
O Amir, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 232-232, 2014
The Neural Correlates of Creativity and Perceptual Pleasure: From Simple Shapes to Humor
O Amir
University of Southern California, 2015
Greater Sensitivity to Nonaccidental than Metric Shape Properties in Preschool Children
SB Herald, MP Shah, O Amir, I Biederman, TH Mintz
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 1291-1291, 2014
The Neural Response to Visual Insight and Humor
O Amir, I Biederman, Z Wang, X Xu
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 907-907, 2013
The markedly greater sensitivity to nonaccidental vs. metric shape properties is not reflected in HMAX calculation of shape similarity
O Amir, I Biederman
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 1054-1054, 2012
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