His primary areas of investigation include Cognitive psychology, Communication, Face perception, Perception and Stimulus. His work deals with themes such as Cognition and Occipitotemporal cortex, which intersect with Cognitive psychology. He interconnects Discrimination learning, Face, Artificial intelligence, Form perception and Scalp in the investigation of issues within Communication.
His Face perception study combines topics in areas such as Social psychology, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Fusiform gyrus and Neuroimaging. His Perception research incorporates elements of Illusion, Facial recognition system, Spatial frequency and Information processing. His research in Stimulus intersects with topics in Face matching, Electrophysiology, Categorization and Electroencephalography.
His primary scientific interests are in Cognitive psychology, Electroencephalography, Face perception, Communication and Perception. Bruno Rossion combines subjects such as Facial recognition system, Cognitive neuroscience of visual object recognition, Social psychology and Face with his study of Cognitive psychology. He has researched Electroencephalography in several fields, including Audiology, Stimulus, Categorization, Stimulation and Scalp.
His work investigates the relationship between Face perception and topics such as Fusiform gyrus that intersect with problems in Brain mapping. His Communication research includes elements of Form perception, Face, Artificial intelligence and Face detection. His Perception study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Cognition, Event-related potential and Information processing.
Bruno Rossion mainly investigates Electroencephalography, Cognitive psychology, Categorization, Audiology and Neuroscience. His Electroencephalography research integrates issues from Stimulus, Scalp, Stimulation, Human brain and Autism spectrum disorder. His Scalp research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Inferior occipital gyrus and Face perception.
Bruno Rossion works in the field of Cognitive psychology, focusing on Lateralization of brain function in particular. His Categorization research incorporates themes from Perception, Odor and Pattern recognition. He has included themes like Cognition, Neuropsychology, Sensitivity, Visual perception and Autism in his Audiology study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electroencephalography, Stimulus, Cognitive psychology, Categorization and Facial recognition system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Autism spectrum disorder, Audiology and Scalp in addition to Electroencephalography. His Stimulus research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sensory system, Face perception and Fusiform gyrus.
His work carried out in the field of Cognitive psychology brings together such families of science as Response Amplitude, Rapid serial visual presentation and Group analysis. His research ties Perception and Categorization together. His study looks at the relationship between Facial recognition system and topics such as Cognitive neuroscience of visual object recognition, which overlap with Brain damage and Visual agnosia.
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The N170 occipito-temporal component is delayed and enhanced to inverted faces but not to inverted objects: an electrophysiological account of face-specific processes in the human brain
Bruno Rossion;Isabel Gauthier;Michael J Tarr;P Despland.
Revisiting Snodgrass and Vanderwart's object pictorial set : the role of surface detail in basic-level object recognition
Bruno Rossion;Gilles Pourtois.
Early lateralization and orientation tuning for face, word, and object processing in the visual cortex
Bruno Rossion;Carrie A Joyce;Garrison W Cottrell;Michael J Tarr.
A network of occipito-temporal face-sensitive areas besides the right middle fusiform gyrus is necessary for normal face processing.
Bruno Rossion;Roberto Caldara;Mohamed Seghier;Anne-Marie Schuller.
Does physical interstimulus variance account for early electrophysiological face sensitive responses in the human brain? Ten lessons on the N170
Bruno Rossion;Corentin Jacques.
The steady-state visual evoked potential in vision research: A review.
Anthony Norcia;L. Gregory Appelbaum;Justin Michael Ales;Benoit Cottereau;Benoit Cottereau.
Journal of Vision (2015)
Holistic Processing Is Finely Tuned for Faces of One's Own Race
Caroline Michel;Bruno Rossion;Jaehyun Han;Chan-Sup Chung.
Psychological Science (2006)
Picture-plane inversion leads to qualitative changes of face perception
Acta Psychologica (2008)
How does the brain process upright and inverted faces
Bruno Rossion;Isabel Gauthier.
Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Reviews (2002)
Spatio-temporal localization of the face inversion effect : an event-related potentials study
Bruno Rossion;Jean-François Delvenne;D. Debatisse;Valérie Goffaux.
Biological Psychology (1999)
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