JM Kaufmann
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Event-related brain potential evidence for a response of inferior temporal cortex to familiar face repetitions
SR Schweinberger, EC Pickering, I Jentzsch, AM Burton, JM Kaufmann
Cognitive Brain Research 14 (3), 398-409, 2002
Human brain potential correlates of repetition priming in face and name recognition
SR Schweinberger, EC Pickering, AM Burton, JM Kaufmann
Neuropsychologia 40 (12), 2057-2073, 2002
N250 ERP correlates of the acquisition of face representations across different images
JM Kaufmann, SR Schweinberger, AM Burton
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 21 (4), 625-641, 2009
Expression influences the recognition of familiar faces
JM Kaufmann, SR Schweinberger
Perception 33 (4), 399-408, 2004
Arguments against a configural processing account of familiar face recognition
AM Burton, SR Schweinberger, R Jenkins, JM Kaufmann
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (4), 482-496, 2015
Auditory adaptation in voice perception
SR Schweinberger, C Casper, N Hauthal, JM Kaufmann, H Kawahara, ...
Current Biology 18 (9), 684-688, 2008
The neural signature of the own-race bias: Evidence from event-related potentials
H Wiese, JM Kaufmann, SR Schweinberger
Cerebral Cortex 24 (3), 826-835, 2014
Hearing facial identities
SR Schweinberger, D Robertson, JM Kaufmann
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (10), 1446-1456, 2007
The Thatcher illusion seen by the brain: an event-related brain potentials study
CC Carbon, SR Schweinberger, JM Kaufmann, H Leder
Cognitive Brain Research 24 (3), 544-555, 2005
Interhemispheric cooperation for face recognition but not for affective facial expressions
SR Schweinberger, LM Baird, M Blümler, JM Kaufmann, B Mohr
Neuropsychologia 41 (4), 407-414, 2003
Brain responses to repetitions of human and animal faces, inverted faces, and objects—an MEG study
SR Schweinberger, JM Kaufmann, S Moratti, A Keil, AM Burton
Brain research 1184, 226-233, 2007
Atypical organisation of the auditory cortex in dyslexia as revealed by MEG
S Heim, C Eulitz, J Kaufmann, I Füchter, C Pantev, A Lamprecht-Dinnesen, ...
Neuropsychologia 38 (13), 1749-1759, 2000
Distortions in the brain? ERP effects of caricaturing familiar and unfamiliar faces
JM Kaufmann, SR Schweinberger
Brain research 1228, 177-188, 2008
The faces you remember: Caricaturing shape facilitates brain processes reflecting the acquisition of new face representations
JM Kaufmann, SR Schweinberger
Biological psychology 89 (1), 21-33, 2012
Faces forming traces: Neurophysiological correlates of learning naturally distinctive and caricatured faces
C Schulz, JM Kaufmann, A Kurt, SR Schweinberger
Neuroimage 63 (1), 491-500, 2012
Effects of anticaricaturing vs. caricaturing and their neural correlates elucidate a role of shape for face learning
C Schulz, JM Kaufmann, L Walther, SR Schweinberger
Neuropsychologia 50 (10), 2426-2434, 2012
Neural correlates of facilitations in face learning by selective caricaturing of facial shape or reflectance
ML Itz, SR Schweinberger, C Schulz, JM Kaufmann
NeuroImage 102, 736-747, 2014
In the ear of the beholder: neural correlates of adaptation to voice gender
R Zäske, SR Schweinberger, JM Kaufmann, H Kawahara
European Journal of Neuroscience 30 (3), 527-534, 2009
High and low performers differ in the use of shape information for face recognition
JM Kaufmann, C Schulz, SR Schweinberger
Neuropsychologia 51 (7), 1310-1319, 2013
Dominance of texture over shape in facial identity processing is modulated by individual abilities
ML Itz, J Golle, S Luttmann, SR Schweinberger, JM Kaufmann
British Journal of Psychology 108 (2), 369-396, 2017
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