Now showing items 1-4 of 4

    • Decoding Representations of Face Identity That are Tolerant to Rotation 

      Anzellotti, Stefano; Fairhall, Scott L.; Caramazza, Alfonso (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2013)
      In order to recognize the identity of a face we need to distinguish very similar images (specificity) while also generalizing identity information across image transformations such as changes in orientation (tolerance). ...
    • Differential Activity for Animals and Manipulable Objects in the Anterior Temporal Lobes 

      Anzellotti, Stefano; Mahon, Bradford Z.; Schwarzbach, Jens; Caramazza, Alfonso (Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2011)
      Neuropsychological evidence has highlighted the role of the anterior temporal lobes in the processing of conceptual knowledge. That putative role is only beginning to be investigated with fMRI as methodological advances ...
    • Person- and Place-Selective Neural Substrates for Entity-Specific Semantic Access 

      Fairhall, S. L.; Anzellotti, Stefano; Ubaldi, S.; Caramazza, Alfonso (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2013)
      Object-category has a pronounced effect on the representation of objects in higher level visual cortex. However, the influence of category on semantic/conceptual processes is less well characterized. In the present study, ...
    • The representation of person identity in the human brain 

      Anzellotti, Stefano (2014-06-06)
      Every day we encounter a variety of people, and we need to recognize their identity to interact with them appropriately. The most common ways to recognize a person's identity include the recognition of a face and of a ...