Isabelle Bülthoff
Isabelle Bülthoff
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
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Top-down influences on stereoscopic depth-perception
I Bülthoff, H Bülthoff, P Sinha
Nature neuroscience 1 (3), 254-257, 1998
Illusory motion from shadows.
D Kersten, DC Knill, P Mamassian, I Bülthoff
Nature Publishing Group, 1996
Deoxyglucose mapping of nervous activity induced inDrosophila brain by visual movement: I. Wildtype
E Buchner, S Buchner, I Bülthoff
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 155, 471-483, 1984
Use and usefulness of dynamic face stimuli for face perception studies—A review of behavioral findings and methodology
K Dobs, I Bülthoff, J Schultz
Frontiers in psychology 9, 371229, 2018
Face perception and test reliabilities in congenital prosopagnosia in seven tests
J Esins, J Schultz, C Stemper, I Kennerknecht, I Bülthoff
i-Perception 7 (1), 2041669515625797, 2016
Quantifying human sensitivity to spatio-temporal information in dynamic faces
K Dobs, I Bülthoff, M Breidt, QC Vuong, C Curio, J Schultz
Vision Research 100, 78-87, 2014
Holistic processing, contact, and the other-race effect in face recognition
M Zhao, WG Hayward, I Bülthoff
Vision research 105, 61-69, 2014
Gaze behavior in face comparison: The roles of sex, task, and symmetry
R Armann, I Bülthoff
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 71, 1107-1126, 2009
Categorical perception of sex occurs in familiar but not unfamiliar faces
I Bülthoff, F Newell
Visual Cognition 11 (7), 823-855, 2004
Looking at faces from different angles: Europeans fixate different features in Asian and Caucasian faces
AA Brielmann, I Bülthoff, R Armann
Vision research 100, 105-112, 2014
Beyond faces and expertise: Facelike holistic processing of nonface objects in the absence of expertise
M Zhao, HH Bülthoff, I Bülthoff
Psychological science 27 (2), 213-222, 2016
Identity information content depends on the type of facial movement
K Dobs, I Bülthoff, J Schultz
Scientific reports 6 (1), 34301, 2016
Male and female faces are only perceived categorically when linked to familiar identities–and when in doubt, he is a male
R Armann, I Bülthoff
Vision research 63, 69-80, 2012
Do congenital prosopagnosia and the other-race effect affect the same face recognition mechanisms?
J Esins, J Schultz, C Wallraven, I Bülthoff
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 759, 2014
Task-dependent enhancement of facial expression and identity representations in human cortex
K Dobs, J Schultz, I Bülthoff, JL Gardner
NeuroImage 172, 689-702, 2018
A shape-based account for holistic face processing.
M Zhao, HH Bülthoff, I Bülthoff
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (4), 584, 2016
Haptic categorical perception of shape
N Gaißert, S Waterkamp, RW Fleming, I Bülthoff
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e43062, 2012
Psychological distress and attentional bias toward acne lesions in patients with acne
IS Lee, AR Lee, H Lee, HJ Park, SY Chung, C Wallraven, I Bülthoff, ...
Psychology, health & medicine 19 (6), 680-686, 2014
Distinctive voices enhance the visual recognition of unfamiliar faces
I Bülthoff, FN Newell
Cognition 137, 9-21, 2015
Face format at encoding affects the other-race effect in face memory
M Zhao, WG Hayward, I Bülthoff
Journal of Vision 14 (9), 6-6, 2014
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