Effect of Context on Face Processing
- Aguado, L., Parkington, K.B., Dieguez-Risco, T., Hinojosa, J.A., Itier, R.J. (2019). Joint modulation of facial expression processing by contextual congruency and task demands. Brain Sciences, 9(5): pii: E116.
- McCrackin, S.D., & Itier, R.J. (2018). Is it about me? Time-course of self-relevance and valence effects on the perception of neutral faces with direct and averted gaze. Biological Psychology,135, 47-64.
Facial expressions of emotion
Itier, R.J. & Neath-Tavares, K.N. (2017). Effects of task demands on the early neural processing of fearful and happy facial expressions. Brain Research, 1663, 38-50.
Neath-Tavares, K.N. & Itier, R.J. (2016). Neural processing of fearful and happy expressions during emotion-relevant and emotion-irrelevant tasks: a fixation-to-feature approach. Biological Psychology, 119, 122-140.
- Neath, K.N., & Itier, R.J. (2015). Fixation to features and neural processing of facial expressions in a gender discrimination task. Brain and Cognition, 99, 97-111.
- Neath, K. & Itier, R.J. (2014). Facial expression discrimination varies with presentation time but not with fixation on features: a backward masking study using eye-tracking. Cognition & Emotion, 28(1), 115-131.
Facial expression of emotions and gaze-oriented attention
- McCrackin, S.D., Soomal, S.K., Patel, P. , & Itier, R.J. (2019). Spontaneous eye-movements in neutral and emotional gaze-cueing: An eye-tracking investigation. Heliyon,5(4), e01583.
- McCrackin, S.D., & Itier, R.J. (2019). Individual differences in the emotional modulation of gaze-cueing. Cognition and Emotion, 33(4), 768-800.
- McCrackin, S., & Itier, R. (2018). Both fearful and happy expressions interact with gaze direction by 200ms SOA to speed attention orienting. Visual Cognition, 26(4), 231-252.
- Lassalle, A. & Itier, R.J. (2015). Emotional modulation of attention orienting by gaze varies with dynamic cue sequence. Visual Cognition, 26(6):720-735.
- Lassalle, A., & Itier, R.J. (2015). Autistic traits influence attention orienting to happy but not fearful faces. Social Neuroscience, 10(1):70-88.
- Lassalle, A. & Itier, R.J. (2013). Fearful, surprised, happy and angry facial expressions modulate gaze-oriented attention: behavioural and ERP evidence. Social Neuroscience, 8(6), 583-600.
- Neath, K., Nilsen, E.S, Gittsovich, K., Itier, R.J. (2013). Attention orienting by gaze and facial expressions across development. Emotion, 13(3), 397-408.
- Bayless, S.J., Glover, M., Taylor, M.J. & Itier, R.J. (2011). Is it in the eyes? Dissociating the role of emotion and perceptual features of emotionally expressive faces in modulating orienting to eye-gaze. Visual Cognition, 19(4), 483-510.
- McCrackin, S.D. & Itier, R.J. (2019). Percived gaze direction differentially affects discrimination of facial emotion, attention, and gender: An ERP study. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 13:517.
- Palanica, A. & Itier, R.J. (2017). Asymmetry in gaze direction discrimination between the upper and lower visual field. Perception. doi: 10.1177/0301006616686989.
- Palanica, A. & Itier, R.J. (2015). Eye gaze and head orientation modulate the inhibition of return for faces. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 77(8):2589-600.
- Palanica, A. & Itier, R.J. (2015). Effects of peripheral eccentricity and head orientation on gaze discrimination. Visual Cognition, 22:9-10, 1216-1232.
- Palanica, A. & Itier, R.J. (2012). Attention capture by direct gaze is robust to context or task demands. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 36, 123-134.
- Palanica, A. & Itier, R.J. (2011) Searching for a perceived gaze direction using eye tracking. Journal of Vision, 11(2):19, 1-13.
- Itier, R.J., Batty, M. (2009) Neural bases of eye and gaze processing: the core of social cognition. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 33(6):843-63.
- Itier, R.J., Alain, C. Kovacevic, N., McIntosh, A.R. (2007). Explicit versus implicit gaze processing assessed by ERPs. Brain Research, 1177, 79-89.
- Itier, R.J., Villate, C., Ryan, J.D. (2007). Eyes always attract attention but gaze-orienting is task dependent: evidence from eye movement monitoring. Neuropsychologia, 5, 1019-1028.
Electrophysiology and face perception – role of eyes
Parkington, K.B. & Itier, R.J. (in press). From eye to face: The impact of face outline, feature number, and feature saliency on the early neural response to faces. Brain Research.
Parkington, K.B., & Itier, R.J. (2018). One versus two eyes makes a difference! Early face perception is modulated by featural fixation and feature context. Cortex, 109(12), 35-49.
Itier, R.J., & Preston, F. (2018). Increased early sensitivity to eyes in mouthless faces: In support of the LIFTED model of face processing. Brain Topography, 31(6), 972-984.
- Nemrodov, D., Anderson, T., Preston, F.F., & Itier, R.J. (2014) Early sensitivity for eyes within faces: a new neuronal account of holistic and featural processing. NeuroImage, 97, 81-94.
- Nemrodov, D., Itier, R.J. (2011). The role of eyes in early face processing: a rapid adaptation study of the inversion effect. British Journal of Psychology, 102, 783-798.
- Itier, R.J., Van Roon, P & Alain, C. (2011). Species sensitivity of early face and eye processing. Neuroimage, 54, 705-713.
- Itier, R.J., Alain, C. Sedore, K., McIntosh, A.R. (2007). Early face specificity: it’s in the eyes!. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19(11), 1815-1826.
- Itier, R.J., Latinus, M. & Taylor, M.J. (2006). Face, eye and object early processing: what is the face specificity? Neuroimage, 29(2), 667-676.
- Taylor, M.J., Itier, R.J., Allison, T. & Edmonds, G.E. (2001). Direction of gaze effects on early face and eye processing: Eyes-only versus full faces. Cognitive Brain Research, 10, 333-340.
Electrophysiology and face perception – objects, configuration, memory
- Kloth, N., Itier, R.J., Schweinberger, S.R. (2013) Combined effects of inversion and feature removal on N170 responses elicited by faces and car fronts. Brain and Cognition. 81, 321-328.
- Nemrodov, D., & Itier, R. J. (2012). Is the rapid adaptation paradigm too rapid? Implications for face and object processing. NeuroImage, 61, 812-822.
- Bentin, S., Taylor, M.J., Rousselet, G.A., Itier, R.J., Caldara, R., Schyns, P.G., Jacques, C., Rossion, B. (2007). Controlling interstimulus perceptual variance does not abolish N170 face sensitivity. Nature Neuroscience, 10(7), 801-802.
- Itier, R.J., Herdman, A.T., George, N., Cheyne, D. & Taylor, M.J. (2006). Inversion and contrast-reversal effects on early face processing assessed by MEG. Brain Research, 1115, 108-120.
- Itier, R.J. & Taylor, M.J. (2004). N170 or N1? spatiotemporal differences between object and face processing using ERPs. Cerebral Cortex, 14, 132-142.
- Itier, R.J. & Taylor, M.J. (2004). Effects of repetition learning on upright, inverted and contrast-reversed face processing using ERPs. Neuroimage, 21, 1518-1532.
- Itier, R.J. & Taylor, M.J. (2004). Source analysis of the N170 to faces and objects. Neuroreport, 15(8), 1261-1265.
- Itier, R.J., Taylor, M.J., & Lobaugh, N.J. (2004). Spatiotemporal analysis of event-related potentials to upright, inverted and contrast-reversed faces: effects on encoding and recognition. Psychophysiology, 41(4), 643-653.
- Itier, R.J. & Taylor, M.J. (2002). Inversion and contrast polarity reversal affect both encoding and recognition memory of faces: a repetition study using ERPs. Neuroimage, 15(2), 353-372.
Face processing and Development
- McIntosh, A.R., Kovacevic, N., Itier, R.J. (2008). Increased brain signal variability accompanies lower behavioural variability in development. PLoS Computational Biology, 4(7), e1000106.
- Taylor, M.J., Batty, M. & Itier, R.J. (2004). The faces of development: a review of early processing over childhood. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(8), 1-17.
- Itier, R.J. & Taylor, M.J. (2004). Face recognition memory and configural processing: a developmental ERP study using upright, inverted and contrast-reversed faces. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(3), 1-15.
- Itier, R.J. & Taylor, M.J. (2004). Face inversion and contrast-reversal effects across development: in contrast to the expertise theory. Developmental Science, 7(2), 246-260.
- Itier, R.J. & Taylor, M.J. (2004). Effects of repetition and configural changes on the development of face recognition processes. Developmental Science, 7(4), 469-487.
- Ozen, L.J., Itier, R.J., Preston, F.F., Fernandes, M.A. (2013). Long-term working memory deficits after concussion: Electrophysiological evidence. Brain Injury, 27(11), 1244-1255
- Itier, R.J., Provasi, J. & Bloch, H. (2001). Integration of the property of weight into infants’ manipulation (PDF). Current Psychology Letters, behaviour, Brain and Cognition, 4, 51-65.