Noah Schwartz
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Face recognition in emotional scenes: Observers remember the eye shape but forget the nose
KF Ryan, NZ Schwartz
Perception 42 (3), 330-340, 2013
32013
Reconsidering face specialization and face inversion
NZ Schwartz
University of Southern California, 2007
22007
Estimating curvature of nondifferentiable functions and complex shape contours.
N SCHWARTZ
Perceptual and Motor Skills 101 (2), 362-364, 2005
22005
Attneave's Cat revisited: Points of high curvature are not important for shape recognition
NZ Schwartz
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 322-322, 2006
12006
Spatial summation zone for gratings in natural scenes
NZ Schwartz, BS Tjan
Journal of Vision 4 (8), 541-541, 2004
12004
Spatial-frequency phase noise in central and peripheral vision
NZ Schwartz, BS Tjan, STL Chung
Journal of Vision 3 (9), 811-811, 2003
12003
Transfusion to a Higher Hemoglobin Target Is Associated with Shorter Hospital Length of Stay in Medical Intensive Care Unit Patients with Sickle Cell Disease Acute Chest Syndrome
JL Simonson, J Rosentsveyg, SY Chung, N Schwartz, SJ Koenig, ...
B105. CRITICAL CARE: COUNTERPARTS-NON-PULMONARY CRITICAL CARE AND MULTI …, 2019
2019
Linklater’s Glorious Boyhood Captures Life in Bloom
T Shary, S Adams, H Alexander, R Blakely, E Alter, W Bibbiani, ...
Boyhood: A Young Life on Screen 51 (1), ix-x, 2018
2018
Multiracial experience leads to increased discriminability of facial features but not configural dimensions
A Byrd, N Schwartz
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 863-863, 2013
2013
High Autism Spectrum Individuals Use Configural Information More than Neurotypical Individuals When Recognizing Faces
S Adams, G Polser, C Katona, P Daniels, A Plott, N Schwartz
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 840-840, 2013
2013
High-performing face recognizers use eye-eye distance and eye-nose distance more than low-performing face recognizers
L Rabbitt, C McDonald, S Savage, M Walter, C Rubis, N Schwartz
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 978-978, 2013
2013
Face perception enhances the detection of spatial frequencies between 2–4 cycles per degree (16–32 cycles per face)
N Schwartz
Journal of Vision 9 (8), 537-537, 2009
2009
Context affects figureÁground organization via perceptual grouping
NZ Schwartz, S Chang, TJ Vickery, JK Hartshorne, YV Jiang, ...
Object Perception, Attention, and Memory 2007 Conference Report 15th Annual …, 2008
2008
Subjects use configural information more than feature information to recognize inverted faces.
NZ Schwartz, S Chang
Visual Cognition 16 (1), 91, 2008
2008
Subject error patterns expose a bias toward configural information when viewing inverted faces
S Chang, M Crawford, N Schwartz
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 510-510, 2007
2007
Using the temporal dynamics of the face inversion effect as a means to identify contributing configural and part dimensions
N Schwartz
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 509-509, 2007
2007
Curvature is encoded stronger than it is perceived
P McEntire, NZ Schwartz
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 323-323, 2006
2006
Letter crowding in the periphery is best modeled by an increase in additive equivalent noise
BS Tjan, C He, STL Chung, NZ Schwartz
Journal of Vision 4 (8), 509-509, 2004
2004
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