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Gaze behavior in face comparison: The roles of sex, task, and symmetry
R Armann, I Bülthoff
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 71, 1107-1126, 2009
572009
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
552014
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
452012
Race-specific norms for coding face identity and a functional role for norms
R Armann, L Jeffery, AJ Calder, G Rhodes
Journal of Vision 11 (13), 9-9, 2011
402011
Race-specific norms for coding face identity and a functional role for norms
R Armann, L Jeffery, AJ Calder, G Rhodes
Journal of Vision 11 (13), 9-9, 2011
402011
A familiarity disadvantage for remembering specific images of faces.
RGM Armann, R Jenkins, AM Burton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (4), 571, 2016
272016
Predominance of eyes and surface information for face race categorization
I Bülthoff, W Jung, RGM Armann, C Wallraven
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1927, 2021
122021
The contribution of foveal and peripheral visual information to ensemble representation of face race
W Jung, I Bülthoff, RGM Armann
Journal of Vision 17 (13), 11-11, 2017
122017
The role of race in summary representations of faces
WM Jung, I Bülthoff, I Thornton, SW Lee, R Armann
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 861-861, 2013
52013
Faces in the Brain-a Behavioral, Eye-tracking and High-level Adaptation Approach to Human Face Perception
RGM Armann
Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH, 2011
22011
The other-race effect revisited: No Effect for faces varying in race only
I Bülthoff, RGM Armann, RK Lee, HH Bülthoff
Recent progress in brain and cognitive engineering, 153-165, 2015
12015
P2-38: What gives a face its race?
W Jung, RGM Armann, I Bülthoff
i-Perception 3 (9), 697-697, 2012
12012
The other-race effect is not ubiquitous
RK Lee, I Bülthoff, R Armann, C Wallraven, H Bülthoff
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 626-626, 2011
12011
Race-specific norms for coding face identity and a functional role for norms
R Armann, L Jeffery, AJ Calder, I Bülthoff, G Rhodes
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 706-706, 2010
12010
The influence of familiarity on the neural coding of face sex
C Foster, J Schultz, M Munzing, I Bülthoff, R Armann
bioRxiv, 2022.10. 27.514076, 2022
2022
How are male and female faces represented in the brain?
C Foster, J Schultz, M Fuchs, I Bülthoff, R Armann
2018
Remembering pictures and people: a familiarity-based dissociation
RGM Armann, AM Burton
PERCEPTION 43 (1), 100-100, 2014
2014
Categorical perception of male and female faces depends on familiarity
R Armann, HH Bülthoff
The Australian Psychological Society Ltd., 2009
2009
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Journal of Vision 7, 1, 2007
2007
Sex matters when you ask the right question: What affects eye movements in face comparison tasks?
R Armann, I Bülthoff
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 5-5, 2007
2007
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