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The science of social vision

Author: Reginald B Adams; Oxford University Press.
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Series: Oxford series in visual cognition.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The human visual system is particularly attuned to and remarkably efficient at processing social cues. This text examines the functional and neuroanatomical mechanisms which underpin social vision.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Science of social vision.
New York : Oxford University Press, 2011
(OCoLC)319248367
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Reginald B Adams; Oxford University Press.
ISBN: 9780199745616 0199745617
OCLC Number: 700952421
Description: 1 online resource (xxix, 471 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Introduction : Vision going social / Ken Nakayama --
An ecological theory of face perception / Leslie A. Zebrowitz, P. Matthew Bronstad, and Joann M. Montepare --
The cognitive capitalist : social beneifts of perceptual economy / Douglas Martin and C. Neil Macrae --
Faces, bodies, social vision as agent vision, and social consciousness / Beatrice de Gelder and Marco Tamietto --
Perceiving through culture : the socialized attention hypothesis / Hyekyung Park and Shinobu Kitayama --
Compound social cues in human face processing / Reginald B. Adams, Jr. [and others] --
Gaze perception and visually mediated attention / Stephen R.H. Langton --
Aging eyes facing an emotional world : the role of motivated gaze / Derek M. Isaacowitz and Nora A. Murphy --
Gaze and preference-orienting behavior as a somatic precursor of preference decision / Shinsuke Shimojo, Claude Simion, and Mark A. Changizi --
Facial attractiveness / Anthony C. Little and David I. Perrett --
Why cosmetics work / Richard Russell --
Context-specific responses to self-resembling faces / Lisa M. DeBruine and Benedict C. Jones --
In the eyes of the beholder : how empathy influences emotion perception / Bhismadev Chakrabarti and Simon Baron-Cohen --
Thin-slice vision / Max Weisbuch and Nalini Ambady --
Seeing human movement as inherently social / Maggie Shiffrar, Martha D. Kaiser, and Areti Chouchourelou --
Social constraints on the visual perception of biological motion / Kerri L. Johnson, Frank E. Pollick, and Lawrie S. McKay --
Social color vision / Mark A. Changizi and Shinsuke Shimojo --
Mental control and visual illusions : errors of action and construal in race-based weapon misidentification / Mark B. Stokes and B. Keith Payne --
Afrocentirc facial features and stereotyping / Irene V. Blair and Charles M. Judd --
The role of racial markers in race perception and racial categorization / Otto H. MacLin and M. Kimberly MacLin --
Aftereffects reveal that adaptive face-coding mechanisms are selective for race and sex / Gillian Rhodes and Emma Jaquet --
Are people special? A brain's eye view / Anthony P. Atkinson, Andrea S. Heberlein, and Ralph Adolphs --
Side bias : cerebral hemispheric asymmetry in social cognition and emotion perception / Kimberley R. Savage, Joan C. Borod, and Lorriane O. Ramig --
Biological motion and multisensory integration : the role of the superior temporal sulcus / Michael S. Beauchamp --
Specialized brain for the social vision : perspectives from typical and atypical development / Teresa Farroni and Atsushi Senju.
Series Title: Oxford series in visual cognition.
Responsibility: edited by Reginald B. Adams [and others].

Abstract:

The human visual system is particularly attuned to and remarkably efficient at processing social cues. This text examines the functional and neuroanatomical mechanisms which underpin social vision.

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