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A behavioral face preference deficit in a monkey with an incomplete face patch system.

Primates are experts in face perception and naturally show a preference for faces under free-viewing conditions. The primate ventral stream is characterized by a network of face patches that selectively responds to faces, but it remains uncertain how important such parcellation is for face perception. Here we investigated free-viewing behavior in a female monkey who naturally lacks fMRI-defined posterior and middle lateral face patches. We presented a series of content-rich images of scenes that included fa...

Cognitive and neural markers of super-recognisers' face processing superiority and enhanced cross-age effect.

Super-recognisers inhabit the extreme high end of an adult face processing ability spectrum in the population. While almost all research in this area has evaluated those with poor or mid-range abilities, evaluating whether super-recognisers' superiority generates distinct electrophysiological brain activity, and transcends to different age group faces (i.e., children's) is important for enhancing theoretical understanding of normal and impaired face processing. It may also be crucial for policing, as super-...

Enhancement of face-sensitive ERPs in older adults induced by face recognition training.

A common cognitive problem reported by older people is compromised face recognition, which is often paralleled by age-related changes in face-sensitive and memory-related components in event-related brain potentials (ERPs). We developed a new training using photorealistic caricatures based on evidence that caricatures are beneficial for people with compromised face processing. Twenty-four older participants (62-75yrs, 13 female) completed 12 training sessions (3 per week, 60min each) and 24 older participan...

Influence of interactional structure on patient's participation during interprofessional discharge planning meetings in rehabilitation centers.

Interprofessional practice has become increasingly important. In addition, patients are expected to participate more actively in health-care decisions. While comprehensive discharge planning has been shown to be effective, it is unclear how interactional structure influences patients' participation during discharge planning meetings. The aims of this qualitative study were to examine the interactional structure of interprofessional meetings in two rehabilitation clinics and to identify patients' types of co...

Is your own face more than a highly familiar face?

This study aimed to elucidate whether distinct early processes underlie the perception of our own face. Alternatively, self-face perception might rely on the same processes that realize the perception of highly familiar faces. To this end, we recorded EEG activity while participants performed a facial recognition task in which they had to discriminate between their own face, a friend's face, and an unknown face. We analyzed the event-related potentials (ERPs) to characterize the time course of neural proces...

Early monocular enucleation selectively disrupts neural development of face perception in the occipital face area.

Retinoblastoma generally occurs before 5 years of age and often requires enucleation (surgical removal of one eye) of the cancerous eye. We have previously shown using behavioural methods that this disruption in binocular vision during the critical period of visual development results in impaired face perception. In this case series study, we sought to determine the underlying neural correlates of this face perception deficit by examining brain activity in regions of cortex that preferentially respond to vi...

My true face: Unmasking one's own face representation.

Face recognition has been the focus of multiple studies, but little is still known on how we represent the structure of one's own face. Most of the studies have focused on the topic of visual and haptic face recognition, but the metric representation of different features of one's own face is relatively unknown. We investigated the metric representation of the face in young adults by developing a proprioceptive pointing task to locate face landmarks in the first-person perspective. Our data revealed a large...

The National Institute of Nursing Research: A Glance Back, andA Vision for the Future.

Comparative Effectiveness Study of Face-to-Face and Teledermatology Workflows for Diagnosing Skin Cancer.

The effectiveness and value of teledermatology and face-to-face workflows for diagnosing lesions are not adequately understood.

Associations of Device-Measured Sitting, Standing, and Stepping Time with Informal Face-to-Face Interactions at Work.

This cross-sectional study examined the interrelationships between workplace movement (sitting, standing, and stepping), availability of discussion space, and face-to-face (FTF) interactions between workers.

Cost minimization analysis for basic life support.

The use of online teaching methodology for basic life support (BLS) courses is progressively increasing. The objective of this study was to verify whether the blended-learning methodology (virtual course with a short face-to-face complement) was more efficient than a course that followed the classical or face-to-face methodology in our university.

Effects of Nursing Organizational Culture on Face-to-Face Bullying and Cyberbullying in the Workplace.

To investigate the current state of face-to-face bullying and cyberbullying among nurses in the workplace and to identify the effects of nursing organizational culture on face-to-face bullying and cyberbullying.

Illusory face detection in pure noise images: The role of interindividual variability in fMRI activation patterns.

Illusory face detection tasks can be used to study the neural correlates of top-down influences on face perception. In a typical functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study design, subjects are presented with pure noise images, but are told that half of the stimuli contain a face. The illusory face perception network is assessed by comparing blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) responses to images in which a face has been detected against BOLD activity related to images in which no face has been ...

Coordination meeting during psychiatric hospitalization : expectations, challenges and solutions.

Psychiatric treatments often involve numerous partners. The organization of coordination meetings during in-patient admissions is necessary in order to harmonize interventions. The expectations of each partner during such meetings may however differ and some issues that may seem important to some of them may be neglected. In this paper, we report the results of a survey conducted among the various partners involved in psychiatric patient's treatment in order to identify their expectations, the challenges th...


Greater reliance on the eye region predicts better face recognition ability.

Interest in using individual differences in face recognition ability to better understand the perceptual and cognitive mechanisms supporting face processing has grown substantially in recent years. The goal of this study was to determine how varying levels of face recognition ability are linked to changes in visual information extraction strategies in an identity recognition task. To address this question, fifty participants completed six tasks measuring face and object processing abilities. Using the Bubbl...

Impact of face proportions on face attractiveness.

Proportions of face components appear to play a role in facial attractiveness.

Anchoring bias in face-to-face Time-Trade-Off valuations of health states.

To test whether anchoring (a cognitive bias) occurs during face-to-face interviews to value health states by Time-Trade-Off.

Holistic face perception is impaired in developmental prosopagnosia.

Individuals with developmental prosopagnosia (DP) have severe difficulties recognising familiar faces. A current debate is whether these face recognition impairments derive from problems with face perception and in particular whether individuals with DP cannot utilize holistic representations of individual faces. To assess this hypothesis, we recorded event-related potentials (ERPs) during a sequential face identity matching task where successively presented pairs of upright faces were either identical or d...

The transverse facial artery anatomy: Implications for plastic surgery procedures.

The transverse facial artery (TFA) perfuses the lateral face. Knowledge of topographical anatomy of the lateral face is crucial for safe procedural performance in aesthetic and plastic surgery, especially the face lift flap and face transplant. The aim of the present study was to assess detailed TFA morphometrical features.

Adaptation to dynamic faces produces face identity aftereffects.

Face aftereffects are well established for static stimuli and have been used extensively as a tool for understanding the neural mechanisms underlying face recognition. It has also been argued that adaptive coding, as demonstrated by face aftereffects, plays a functional role in face recognition by calibrating our face norms to reflect current experience. If aftereffects tap high-level perceptual mechanisms that are critically involved in everyday face recognition then they should also occur for moving faces...

Work ability meetings-a survey of Finnish occupational physicians.

Work ability meetings (WAMs) are planned discussions between an employee, a manager and an occupational physician (OP) to support work ability and return to work (RTW). During the last decade, WAMs become a popular intervention in Finnish occupational healthcare, although research on their content is lacking.

Characteristics and Fate of Pediatric Heart Disease Abstracts Presented at National Meetings.

This study evaluated the characteristics and publication outcomes of pediatric heart disease abstracts presented in national meetings.

Closing the Achievement Gap in a Large Introductory Course by Balancing Reduced In-Person Contact with Increased Course Structure.

Hybrid and online courses are gaining attention as alternatives to traditional face-to-face classes. In addition to the pedagogical flexibility afforded by alternative formats, these courses also appeal to campuses aiming to maximize classroom space. The literature, however, reports conflicting results regarding the effect of hybrid and online courses on student learning. We designed, taught, and assessed a fully online course (100% online) and a hybrid-and-flipped course (50% online 50% face-to-face) and c...

Representation Learning by Rotating Your Faces.

The large pose discrepancy between two face images is one of the fundamental challenges in automatic face recognition. Conventional approaches to pose-invariant face recognition either perform face frontalization on, or learn a pose-invariant representation from, a non-frontal face image. We argue that it is more desirable to perform both tasks jointly to allow them to leverage each other. To this end, this paper proposes a Disentangled Representation learning-Generative Adversarial Network (DR-GAN) with th...

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