Computational, Geometric, and Process Perspectives on Facial Cognition : Contexts and Challenges (Scientific Psychology Series)

Computational, Geometric, and Process Perspectives on Facial Cognition : Contexts and Challenges (Scientific Psychology Series)

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Within the last three decades, interest in the psychological experience of human faces has drawn together cognitive science researchers from diverse backgrounds. Computer scientists talk to neural scientists who draw on the work of mathematicians who explicitly influence those conducting behavioral experiments.The chapters in this volume illustrate the breadth of the research on facial perception and memory, with the emphasis being on mathematical and computational approaches. In pulling together these chapters, the editors sought to do much more than illustrate breadth. They endeavored as well to illustrate the synergies and tensions that inevitably result from adopting a broad view, one consistent with the emerging discipline of cognitive science.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Quantitative Models of Perceiving and 1 (38)
Remembering Faces: Precedents and
Possibilities
Alice J. O'Toole
Michael J. Wenger
James T. Townsend
The Perfect Gestalt: Infinite Dimensional 39 (44)
Riemannian Face Spaces and Other Aspects of
Face Perception
James T. Townsend
Bruce Solomon
Jesse Spencer Smith
Face-Space Models of Face Recognition 83 (32)
Tim Valentine
Predicting Similarity Ratings to Faces Using 115(32)
Physical Descriptions
Mark Steyvers
Thomas A. Busey
Formal Models of Familiarity and Memorability 147(46)
in Face Recognition
Thomas A. Busey
Characterizing Perceptual Interactions in 193(36)
Face Identification Using Multidimensional
Signal Detection Theory
Robin D. Thomas
Faces as Gestalt Stimuli: Process 229(56)
Characteristics
Michael J. Wenger
James T. Townsend
Face Perception: An Information Processing 285(62)
Perspective
Christopher S. Campbell
Gudrun Schwarzer
Dominic W. Massaro
Is All Face Processing Holistic? The View 347(50)
From UCSD
Garrison W. Cottrell
Matthew N. Dailey
Curtis Padgett
Ralph Adolphs
Viewpoint Generalization in Face Recognition: 397(32)
The Role of Category-Specific Processes
Shimon Edelman
Alice J. O'Toole
2D or Not 2D? That Is the Question: What Can 429(38)
We Learn From Computational Models Operating
on Two-Dimensional Representations of Faces?
Dominique Valentin
Herve Adbi
Betty Edelman
Mette Posamentier
Are Reductive (Explanatory) Theories of Face 467(36)
Identification Possible? Some Speculations
and Some Findings
William R. Uttal
Author Index 503(8)
Subject Index 511