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The science of social vision

Author: Reginald B Adams; et al
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Series: Oxford series in visual cognition
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Additional Physical Format: Science of social vision
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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Reginald B Adams; et al
ISBN: 9780195333176 0195333179
OCLC Number: 697793462
Description: 1 online resource (xxix, 471 p. :) : ill.
Contents: IntroductionAdams, Ambady, Nakayama, and ShimojoChapter 1 An Ecological Theory of Face PerceptionZebrowitz, Bronstad, and MontepareChapter 2 The Cognitive Capitalist: The Social Benefits of Perceptual EconomyMartin and MacraeChapter 3 Faces, bodies, social vision as agent vision and social consciousnessde Gelder and TamiettoChapter 4 Perceiving Through Culture: The Socialized Attention HypothesisPark and KitayamaChapter 5 Compound Social Cues in Human Face ProcessingAdams, Franklin, Nelson, and StevensonChapter 6 Gaze Perception and Visually Mediated AttentionLangtonChapter 7 Aging Eyes Facing an Emotional World: The Role of Motivated GazeIsaacowitz and MurphyChapter 8 Gaze and preference - orienting behavior as a somatic precursor of preference decisionShimojo, Simion, and ChangiziChapter 9 Facial AttractivenessLittle and PerrettChapter 10 Why Cosmetics Work RussellChapter 11 Context-specific Responses to Self-Resembling FacesDeBruine and JonesChapter 12 In the eyes of the beholder: How empathy influences emotion perceptionChakrabarti and Baron-CohenChapter 13 Thin-Slice VisionWeisbuch and AmbadyChapter 14 Seeing human movement as inherently socialShiffrar, Kaiser, and ChouchourelouChapter 15 Social Constraints on the Visual Perception of Biological MotionJohnson, Pollick, and McKayChapter 16 Social Color VisionChangizi and ShimojoChapter 17 Mental Control and Visual Illusions: Errors of Action and Construal in Race-based Weapon MisidentificationStokes and PayneChapter 18 Afrocentric Facial Features and StereotypingBlair and JuddChapter 19 The Role of Racial Markers in Race Perception and Racial CategorizationO.H. MacLin & M.K. MacLinChapter 20 Aftereffects reveal that adaptive face-coding mechanisms are selective for race and sexRhodes and JaquetChapter 21 Are people special? A brain's eye viewAtkinson, Heberlein, and AdolphsChapter 22 Side Bias: Cerebral Hemispheric Asymmetry In Social Cognition And Emotion PerceptionSavage, Borod, and RamigChapter 23 Biological Motion and Multisensory Integration: The Role of the Superior Temporal SulcusBeauchampChapter 24 Specialized Brain for the Social Vision: Perspectives from Typical and Atypical DevelopmentFarroni and Senju
Series Title: Oxford series in visual cognition
Responsibility: ed. by Reginald B. Adams ... [et al.].

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