2004 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
His main research concerns Categorization, Artificial intelligence, Perception, Facial expression and Communication. The concepts of his Categorization study are interwoven with issues in Visual perception and Face. His Artificial intelligence study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pattern recognition, Statistics and Natural language processing.
Philippe G. Schyns studied Perception and Cognition that intersect with Face perception and Brain damage. His studies in Facial expression integrate themes in fields like Cognitive psychology, Disgust and Amygdala. The various areas that he examines in his Communication study include Facial recognition system, Spatial frequency and Computer vision.
Philippe G. Schyns mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Artificial intelligence, Perception, Categorization and Facial expression. His Artificial intelligence research incorporates elements of Natural language processing, Computer vision and Pattern recognition. As a part of the same scientific study, Philippe G. Schyns usually deals with the Perception, concentrating on Cognitive science and frequently concerns with Brain activity and meditation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Communication, Electroencephalography, Stimulus, Information processing and Visual perception in addition to Categorization. Philippe G. Schyns has included themes like Spatial frequency and Face perception in his Communication study. His research investigates the connection between Facial expression and topics such as Anger that intersect with problems in Emotion classification.
His primary areas of study are Cognitive psychology, Perception, Artificial intelligence, Face and Facial expression. His work on Set as part of general Cognitive psychology study is frequently linked to Cultural diversity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Philippe G. Schyns has researched Perception in several fields, including Feature based and Cortex.
His studies deal with areas such as Machine learning and Pattern recognition as well as Artificial intelligence. His study in Face is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Categorization, Generative model, Human–computer interaction and Information processing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Anger and Speech recognition in addition to Facial expression.
His primary scientific interests are in Facial expression, Artificial intelligence, Cognitive psychology, Perception and Face. As part of the same scientific family, Philippe G. Schyns usually focuses on Facial expression, concentrating on Set and intersecting with Social skills and Dynamics. All of his Artificial intelligence and Residual neural network, Convolutional neural network and Categorization investigations are sub-components of the entire Artificial intelligence study.
His research in Cognitive psychology focuses on subjects like Face, which are connected to Mental representation. Philippe G. Schyns focuses mostly in the field of Mental representation, narrowing it down to matters related to Generalization and, in some cases, Cognition. His Face research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Speech recognition, Mutual information and Electroencephalography.
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A mechanism for impaired fear recognition after amygdala damage
Ralph Adolphs;Ralph Adolphs;Frederic Gosselin;Tony W. Buchanan;Daniel Tranel.
Bubbles: a technique to reveal the use of information in recognition tasks
Frédéric Gosselin;Philippe G. Schyns.
Vision Research (2001)
From Blobs to Boundary Edges: Evidence for Time- and Spatial-Scale-Dependent Scene Recognition
Philippe G. Schyns;Philippe G. Schyns;Aude Oliva.
Psychological Science (1994)
The development of features in object concepts
Philippe G. Schyns;Robert L. Goldstone;Jean-Pierre Thibaut.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (1998)
Facial expressions of emotion are not culturally universal
Rachael E. Jack;Oliver G. B. Garrod;Hui Yu;Roberto Caldara.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Transmitting and Decoding Facial Expressions
Marie L. Smith;Garrison W. Cottrell;FrédéAric Gosselin;Philippe G. Schyns.
Psychological Science (2005)
Dr. Angry and Mr. Smile: when categorization flexibly modifies the perception of faces in rapid visual presentations.
Philippe G Schyns;Aude Oliva.
Coarse blobs or fine edges? Evidence that information diagnosticity changes the perception of complex visual stimuli.
Aude Oliva;Philippe G. Schyns.
Cognitive Psychology (1997)
Show Me the Features! Understanding Recognition From the Use of Visual Information
Philippe G. Schyns;Lizann Bonnar;Frédéric Gosselin.
Psychological Science (2002)
Cultural confusions show that facial expressions are not universal.
Rachael E. Jack;Caroline Blais;Christoph Scheepers;Philippe G. Schyns.
Current Biology (2009)
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