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
Table of Contents
Articles
Introduction: Giving each other a helping hand
Sarah V. Stevenage
1–7
Putting names to faces: A review and tests of the models
Derek R. Carson, A. Mike Burton and Vicki Bruce
9–62
A linked aggregate code for processing faces
Michael J. Lyons, Kazunori Morikawa and Shigeru Akamatsu
63–81
Exploring the relations between categorization and decision making with regard to realistic face stimuli
James T. Townsend, Kam M. Silva, Jesse Spencer-Smith and Michael J. Wenger
83–105
Female facial beauty: The fertility hypothesis
Victor S. Johnston
107–122
Recognizing expression from familiar and unfamiliar faces
Jean Yves Baudouin, Stéphane Sansone and Guy Tiberghien
123–146
The semantics of human facial expressions
Anna Wierzbicka
147–183
Automatic facial expression interpretation: Where human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence and cognitive science intersect
Christine L. Lisetti and Diane J. Schiano
185–235
Living with difficulties of facial processing: Some ontological consequences of clinical facial problems
Jonathan Cole
237–260
Book Reviews
Review of Massaro (1998): Perceiving Talking Faces: From Speech Perception to a Behavioral Principle
Reviewed by Ruth Campbell
261–264
Review of Cole (1998): About Face
Reviewed by Varda Dascal
264–268
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Nissan, Ephraim
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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

JM: Psychology

Main BISAC Subject

PSY000000: PSYCHOLOGY / General