Facial Information Processing
A multidisciplinary perspective
Special issue of Pragmatics & Cognition 8:1 (2000)
Research in areas from psychology through computer science to neuroscience and clinical case studies.
[Pragmatics & Cognition, 8:1] 2000. viii, 276 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Introduction: Giving each other a helping handSarah V. Stevenage | pp. 1–7
Putting names to faces: A review and tests of the modelsDerek R. Carson, A. Mike Burton and Vicki Bruce | pp. 9–62
A linked aggregate code for processing facesMichael J. Lyons, Kazunori Morikawa and Shigeru Akamatsu | pp. 63–81
Exploring the relations between categorization and decision making with regard to realistic face stimuliJames T. Townsend, Kam M. Silva, Jesse Spencer-Smith and Michael J. Wenger | pp. 83–105
Female facial beauty: The fertility hypothesisVictor S. Johnston | pp. 107–122
Recognizing expression from familiar and unfamiliar facesJean Yves Baudouin, Stéphane Sansone and Guy Tiberghien | pp. 123–146
The semantics of human facial expressionsAnna Wierzbicka | pp. 147–183
Automatic facial expression interpretation: Where human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence and cognitive science intersectChristine L. Lisetti and Diane J. Schiano | pp. 185–235
Living with difficulties of facial processing: Some ontological consequences of clinical facial problemsJonathan Cole | pp. 237–260
Dominic W. Massaro. Perceiving Talking Faces: From Speech Perception to a Behavioral PrincipleReviewed by Ruth Campbell | pp. 261–264
Jonathan Cole. About FaceReviewed by Varda Dascal | pp. 264–268
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