Roberto Caldara
Roberto Caldara
Full Professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Fribourg
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Facial expressions of emotion are not culturally universal
RE Jack, OGB Garrod, H Yu, R Caldara, PG Schyns
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (19), 7241-7244, 2012
A network of occipito‐temporal face‐sensitive areas besides the right middle fusiform gyrus is necessary for normal face processing
B Rossion, R Caldara, M Seghier, AM Schuller, F Lazeyras, E Mayer
Brain 126 (11), 2381-2395, 2003
Culture shapes how we look at faces
C Blais, RE Jack, C Scheepers, D Fiset, R Caldara
PloS one 3 (8), e3022, 2008
Cultural confusions show that facial expressions are not universal
RE Jack, C Blais, C Scheepers, PG Schyns, R Caldara
Current biology 19 (18), 1543-1548, 2009
Holistic processing is finely tuned for faces of one's own race
C Michel, B Rossion, J Han, CS Chung, R Caldara
Psychological science 17 (7), 608-615, 2006
Internal representations reveal cultural diversity in expectations of facial expressions of emotion.
RE Jack, R Caldara, PG Schyns
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 141 (1), 19, 2012
Same-race faces are perceived more holistically than other-race faces
C Michel, R Caldara, B Rossion
Visual Cognition 14 (1), 55-73, 2006
Does prosopagnosia take the eyes out of face representations? Evidence for a defect in representing diagnostic facial information following brain damage
R Caldara, P Schyns, E Mayer, ML Smith, F Gosselin, B Rossion
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 17 (10), 1652-1666, 2005
Event-related potentials and time course of the ‘other-race’face classification advantage
R Caldara, B Rossion, P Bovet, CA Hauert
Neuroreport 15 (5), 905-910, 2004
Impaired face discrimination in acquired prosopagnosia is associated with abnormal response to individual faces in the right middle fusiform gyrus
C Schiltz, B Sorger, R Caldara, F Ahmed, E Mayer, R Goebel, B Rossion
Cerebral Cortex 16 (4), 574-586, 2006
Putting Culture Under the ‘Spotlight’ Reveals Universal Information Use for Face Recognition
R Caldara, X Zhou, S Miellet
PLoS One 5 (3), e9708, 2010
Face versus non-face object perception and the ‘other-race’effect: a spatio-temporal event-related potential study
R Caldara, G Thut, P Servoir, CM Michel, P Bovet, B Renault
Clinical Neurophysiology 114 (3), 515-528, 2003
iMap: a novel method for statistical fixation mapping of eye movement data
R Caldara, S Miellet
Behavior research methods 43, 864-878, 2011
Mapping the development of facial expression recognition
H Rodger, L Vizioli, X Ouyang, R Caldara
Developmental science 18 (6), 926-939, 2015
Neural repetition suppression to identity is abolished by other-race faces
L Vizioli, GA Rousselet, R Caldara
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (46), 20081-20086, 2010
Inverting faces elicits sensitivity to race on the N170 component: A cross-cultural study
L Vizioli, K Foreman, GA Rousselet, R Caldara
Journal of vision 10 (1), 15-15, 2010
Culture shapes eye movements for visually homogeneous objects
DJ Kelly, S Miellet, R Caldara
Frontiers in psychology 1, 1360, 2010
Mapping face recognition information use across cultures
S Miellet, L Vizioli, L He, X Zhou, R Caldara
Frontiers in psychology 4, 34, 2013
Developing cultural differences in face processing
DJ Kelly, S Liu, H Rodger, S Miellet, L Ge, R Caldara
Developmental science 14 (5), 1176-1184, 2011
Actual and mental motor preparation and execution: a spatiotemporal ERP study
R Caldara, MP Deiber, C Andrey, CM Michel, G Thut, CA Hauert
Experimental brain research 159, 389-399, 2004
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