All Relations between semantics and face detection

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Oscar Woolnough, Kiefer J Forseth, Patrick S Rollo, Zachary J Roccaforte, Nitin Tando. Event-Related Phase Synchronization Propagates Rapidly across Human Ventral Visual Cortex. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 35504563 visual inputs to early visual cortex integrate with semantic, linguistic and memory inputs in higher visual cortex, in a manner that is rapid and accurate, and enables complex computations such as face recognition and word reading. 2022-05-03 2022-05-06 Not clear
Lynn K Paul, Roger L Erickson, Jo Ann Hartman, Warren S Brow. Learning and memory in individuals with agenesis of the corpus callosum. Neuropsychologia vol 86 issue 2017 27091586 these findings suggest that the corpus callosum facilitates more efficient learning and recall for both verbal and visual information, that individuals with agcc may benefit from receiving verbal information within semantic context, and that known deficits in facial processing in individuals with agcc may contribute to their impairments in recall for faces. 2017-05-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marie Maxime Lavall\\xc3\\xa9e, Delphine Gandini, Isabelle Rouleau, Guillaume T Vallet, Maude Joannette, Marie-Jeanne Kergoat, Thomas Busigny, Bruno Rossion, Sven Jouber. A Qualitative Impairment in Face Perception in Alzheimer's Disease: Evidence from a Reduced Face Inversion Effect. Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD vol 51 issue 4 2016 26967217 prevalent face recognition difficulties in alzheimer's disease (ad) have typically been attributed to the underlying episodic and semantic memory impairment. 2016-12-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Daniel L Drane, Jeffrey G Ojemann, Vaishali Phatak, David W Loring, Robert E Gross, Adam O Hebb, Daniel L Silbergeld, John W Miller, Natalie L Voets, Amit M Saindane, Lawrence Barsalou, Kimford J Meador, George A Ojemann, Daniel Trane. Famous face identification in temporal lobe epilepsy: support for a multimodal integration model of semantic memory. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 49 issue 6 2014 23040175 famous face identification in temporal lobe epilepsy: support for a multimodal integration model of semantic memory. 2014-01-15 2022-01-12 Not clear
Guido Gainott. What the study of voice recognition in normal subjects and brain-damaged patients tells us about models of familiar people recognition. Neuropsychologia vol 49 issue 9 2011 21569784 results of the review showed that: (1) voice recognition disorders are mainly due to right temporal lesions, similarly to face recognition disorders; (2) famous voice recognition disorders can be dissociated from unfamiliar voice discrimination impairments; (3) although face and voice recognition disorders tend to co-occur, they can also dissociate and in these patients there is a prevalent involvement of the right fusiform gyrus when face recognition disorders are on the foreground, and of the right superior temporal gyrus when voice recognition disorders are prominent; (4) normal subjects have greater difficulty evaluating familiarity and drawing semantic information from the voices than from the faces of celebrities. 2011-12-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
Guido Gainotti, Camillo Marr. Differential contribution of right and left temporo-occipital and anterior temporal lesions to face recognition disorders. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 5 issue 2011 21687793 indeed, they show that (a) the most specific forms of prosopagnosia are due to lesions of a right posterior network including the occipital face area and the fusiform face area, whereas (b) the face identification defects observed in patients with left to lesions seem due to a semantic defect impeding access to person-specific semantic information from the visual modality. 2011-07-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
M L Phillips, R Howard, A S Davi. \"Mirror, mirror on the wall, who...?\": towards a model of visual self-recognition. Cognitive neuropsychiatry vol 1 issue 2 2009 16571480 we speculate that the impairment in visual self-recognition arises from deficits in visual and personal semantic memory related to bilateral hippocampal lesions, and that the greater extent of impairment in visual self-recognition compared with that for other familiar persons is possible evidence for a specific self-recognition process, represented as a separate ''self-identity node'' in the current face-processing model of bruce and young (1986). 2009-12-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
Beatriz L\\xc3\\xb3pez, Susan R Leekam, Gerda R J Art. How central is central coherence? Preliminary evidence on the link between conceptual and perceptual processing in children with autism. Autism : the international journal of research and practice vol 12 issue 2 2008 18308765 a visual semantic memory task and a face recognition task measuring use of holistic information were administered to 15 children with autism and 16 typically developing children. 2008-08-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
J D Greene, J R Hodge. Identification of famous faces and famous names in early Alzheimer's disease. Relationship to anterograde episodic and general semantic memory. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 119 ( Pt 1) issue 1996 8624675 we assessed remote memory in 33 patients with dementia of alzheimer's type (dat) with mini-mental state examination (mmse) scores between 17 and 30, and 30 matched controls using a famous faces test and famous names test designed to assess face recognition, identification and naming, and name recognition and identification, respectively, together with a range of anterograde episodic and semantic memory tests. 1996-06-25 2022-01-10 Not clear
J R Hodges, D P Salmon, N Butter. Recognition and naming of famous faces in Alzheimer's disease: a cognitive analysis. Neuropsychologia vol 31 issue 8 1993 8413900 a famous faces test designed to assess face recognition, spontaneous naming, verbal identification of un-named faces, and cued naming using semantic and phonetic cues was administered to 22 patients with dementia of alzheimer type (dat) and 25 matched controls. 1993-11-23 2022-01-10 Not clear
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