Posters

VSS2022 – An empirical comparison of online and in-lab data collection using a data-driven method on Pack&Go (VPixx Technologies)

Fiset, D., Blais, C. (soumis). An empirical comparison of online and in-lab data collection using a data-driven method on Pack&Go (VPixx Technologies). Journal of Vision.
 
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VSS2022 – Two’s company, three’s a crowd: Inverse other-race categorization advantage in a term categorization task

Plouffe-Demers, M.-P., Desjardins, M.-C., Duncan, J., Fiset, D. & Blais, C. (soumis). Two’s company, three’s a crowd: Inverse other-race categorization advantage in a term categorization task. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2022 – Complementary methodologies to investigate spatial frequencies in facial expression recognition

Charbonneau, I., Guérette, J., Blais, C., Smith, F. & Fiset, D. (soumis). Complementary methodologies to investigate spatial frequencies in facial expression recognition. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2022 – Individual differences in facial expression recognition ability are linked to differences in the efficiency at using the diagnostic visual information

Desjardins, M.-C., Fiset, D., Limoges, J & Blais, C. (soumis). Individual differences in facial expression recognition ability are linked to differences in the efficiency at using the diagnostic visual information. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2022 – Eye fixation patterns are not associated with individual differences in the ability at recognizing facial expressions of emotions

Limoges, J., Desjardins, M.-C., Gingras, F., Fiset, D. & Blais, C. (soumis). Eye fixation patterns are not associated with individual differences in the ability at recognizing facial expressions of emotions. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2022 – Early repetition suppression for face identity is caused by the eyes

Ledrou-Paquet, V., Duncan, J., Charbonneau, I., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (soumis). Early repetition suppression for face identity is caused by the eyes. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2022 – Reducing the perceptual field of view does not cause the face inversion effect

Lalonde-Beaudoin, G., Audette, P.-L., Duncan, J., Royer , J., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (soumis). Reducing the perceptual field of view does not cause the face inversion effect. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2022 – Joint Sampling of the Full Spectrum of Spatial Frequencies and Orientations During Face Recognition

Gingras, F., Limoges, J., Duncan, J., Gosselin, F., Fiset, D. & Blais, C. (soumis). Joint Sampling of the Full Spectrum of Spatial Frequencies and Orientations During Face Recognition. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2022 – Discriminating between different levels of pain of Black and White faces

Dugas, G., Saumure, C., Plouffe-Demers, M.-P., Fiset, D., Caldara, R. & Blais, C. (soumis). Discriminating between different levels of pain of Black and White faces. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2022 – The impact of sex on visual strategies underlying the discrimination of facial expressions of pain

Audette, P.-L., Plouffe-Demers, M.-P., Fiset, D. & Blais, C. (soumis). The impact of sex on visual strategies underlying the discrimination of facial expressions of pain. Journal of Vision.

 

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VSS2021 – Revealing Visual Information Use Through Random Sampling of Spatial Frequencies and Orientations

Gingras, F., Limoges, J., Duncan, J., Gosselin, F., Fiset, D., & Blais, C. (2021). Revealing Visual Information Use Through Random Sampling of Spatial Frequencies and Orientations. Journal of Vision, 21(9), 2801.

 

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VSS2021 – No association between face identification abilities and “mind-reading” in the eyes

Ledrou-Paquet, V., Blais, C., Lalonde-Beaudoin, G., Fiset, D. (2021). No association between face identification abilities and “mind-reading” in the eyes. Journal of Vision, 21(9), 2382.

 

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VSS2021 – Perceptual factors underlie the underestimation bias in pain perception of black and white faces

Plouffe-Demers, M-P., Plouffe, V., Fiset, D., Cormier, S. & Blais, C. (2021). Perceptual factors underlie the underestimation bias in pain perception of black and white faces. Journal of Vision, 21(9), 2703.

 

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VSS 2020 – A bias to underestimate pain is linked with mental representations of pain facial expressions

Blais, C.; Lévesque-Lacasse, A.; Charbonneau, C.; Desjardins, M.-C.; Fiset, D.; Cormier, S. (2020). A bias to underestimate pain is linked with mental representations of pain facial expressions. Journal of Vision, 20(11), 1550.

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VSS2020 – Spatial frequencies for detection of pain facial expressions revealed by reverse correlation

Guérette, J., Charbonneau, I., Gingras, F., Blais, C., Cormier, S. & Fiset, D (2020). Spatial frequencies for detection of pain facial expressions revealed by reverse correlation. Journal of Vision, 20(11), 1384-1384.

 

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VSS2020 – The relation between Horizontal Tuning for Faces and Face Processing Abilities

Dugas, G., Duncan, J., Royer, J., Charbonneau, I., Blais, C., & Fiset, D. (2020). The relation between Horizontal Tuning for Faces and Face Processing Abilities. Journal of Vision, 20(11), 834-834.

 

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VSS2020 – Horizontal tuning for same-race and other-race faces

Charbonneau, I., Calvé, K., Duncan, J., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2020). Horizontal tuning for same-race and other-race faces. Journal of Vision, 20(11), 17-17.

 

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VSS2020 – Black is angry, White is scared : Evaluation of pain expressions in White and Black faces

Gingras, F., Deschênes, A., Fiset, D., Cormier, S., Forget, H., Plouffe-Demers, M.-P., & Blais, C. (2020). Black is angry, White is scared : Evaluation of pain expressions in White and Black faces. Journal of Vision, 20(11), 1442-1442.

 

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Psychonomics 2019 – Discrimination of pain facial expression intensity is modulated by the observer’s culture

Gingras, F., Saumure, C., Plouffe-Demers, MP.,  Fiset, D., Cormier, S., Dan, S., Yhang, Z., Kunz, M. & Blais, C. (2019). Discrimination of pain facial expression intensity is modulated by the observer’s culture. Psychonomic Society, Montreal, Quebec (Canada).

 

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VSS2019 – Link between fixation location and spatial frequency utilization in face recognition.

Estéphan, A., Charbonneau, C., Leblanc, V., Fiset, D. & Blais, C. (2019). Link between fixation location and spatial frequency utilization in face recognition. Journal of Vision, 19(10), 216.

 

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VSS2019 – The impact of gender on visual strategies underlying the discrimination of facial expressions of pain.

Saumure, C., Plouffe-Demers, M., Fiset, D., Cormier, S., Kunz, M. & Blais, C. (2019). The impact of gender on visual strategies underlying the discrimination of facial expressions of pain. Journal of Vision, 19(10), 154.

 

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VSS2019 – Right hemisphere horizontal tuning during face processing.

Duncan, J., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2019). Right hemisphere horizontal tuning during face processing. Journal of Vision, 19(10), 229.

 

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VSS2019 – Spatial frequencies underlying the detection of basic emotions and pain

Guérette, J., Charbonneau, I., Blais, C., Cormier, S., & Fiset, D.(2019). Spatial frequencies underlying the detection of basic emotions and pain. Journal of Vision, 19(10), 180.

 

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VSS2019 – Identity specific orientation tuning for faces revealed by morphing Angelina into Jessica

Dugas, G., Duncan, J., Blais, C. & Fiset, D.(2019). Identity specific orientation tuning for faces revealed by morphing Angelina into Jessica. Journal of Vision, 19(10), 228.

 

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VSS2019 – Evaluating Trustworthiness: Differences in Mental Representations as a Function of Face Ethnicity

Gingras, F., Robinson, K. , Fiset, D. & Blais, C. (2019). Evaluating Trustworthiness: Differences in Mental Representations as a Function of Face Ethnicity. Journal of Vision, 19(10), 153.

 

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VSS2019 – Discrimination of facial expressions and pain through different viewing distances

Charbonneau, I., Guérette, J., Blais, C., Cormier, S., Smith, F. & Fiset, D. (2019). Discrimination of facial expressions and pain through different viewing distances. Journal of Vision. Journal of Vision, 19(10), 180.

 

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VSS 2018 – Cortical activation of fearful faces requires central resources: multitasking processing deficits revealed by event-related potentials

Roberge, A., Duncan, J., Fortier-Gauthier, U., Fiset, D., & Brisson, B. (2018). Cortical activation of fearful faces requires central resources: multitasking processing deficits revealed by event-related potentials. Journal of Vision18(10), 910-910.

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VSS2018 –Evidence for a broader allocation of attention in emmetropes over myopes during three visual processing tasks 

Estéphan, A., Charbonneau, C.,Furumoto-Deshaies, H., Plouffe-Demers, M-P., Fiset, D. Caldara, R. & Blais, C., Evidence for a broader allocation of attention in emmetropes over myopes during three visual processing tasks . Journal of Vision, 18(10), 1121.

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VSS2018 –Cultural differences in spatial frequency utilization do not generalize across various object classes

Blais, C., Estéphan, A., N’Guiamba, M., Plouffe-Demers, M-P.,Sun D., Zhang, Y. & Fiset, D. Cultural differences in spatial frequency utilization do not generalize across various object classes. Journal of Vision, 18(10), 1103.

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VSS2018 – Discrimination of pain facial expression intensity is modulated by the observer’s culture 

Saumure, C., Plouffe-Demers, M-P.,Cormier, S., Fiset, D., Kunz, M., Sun D., Zhang, Y., & Blais,C.(2018).Discrimination of pain facial expression intensity is modulated by the observer’s culture. Journal of Vision, 18(10), 1107.

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VSS2018 –N170 sensitivity to the horizontal information of facial expressions

Duncan, J., Gosselin, F., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2018). N170 sensitivity to the horizontal information of facial expressions. Journal of Vision, 18(10), 909.

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VSS2018 –Task specific extraction of horizontal information in faces

Dugas, G., Royer, J., Duncan, J., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2018). Task specific extraction of horizontal information in faces. Journal of Vision, 18(10), 931.

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VSS2018 – Spatial frequencies for the visual processing of the facial expression of pain

Guérette, J., Cormier, S., Charbonneau, I., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2018). Spatial frequencies for the visual processing of the facial expression of pain. Journal of Vision, 18(10), 602.

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VSS2018 – Individual differences in face identification correlate with face detection ability

Burns, V., Lalonde-Beaudoin, G., Duncan, J., Bouchard, S., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2018) Individual differences in face identification correlate with face detection ability. Journal of Vision, 18(10), 929.

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VSS2018 – Spatial frequencies for accurate categorization and discrimination of facial expressions

Charbonneau, I., Cormier, S., Guérette, J., Plouffe-Demers, M., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2018). Spatial frequencies for accurate categorization and discrimination of facial expressions. Journal of Vision, 18(10), 601.

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VSS2018 – Culture modulates the visual representation of pain facial expressions

Plouffe-Demers, M-P., Saumure, C., Cormier, S., Fiset, D., Kunz, M., Sun D., Zhang, Y., & Blais,C. (2018). Culture modulates the visual representation of pain facial expressions. Journal of Vision, 18(10), 1103.

 

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VSS2017 – Individual differences in face processing ability and consistency in visual strategies.

Royer, J.,Charbonneau, I., Dugas, G., Plouffe, V., Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2017). Individual differences in face processing ability and consistency in visual strategies. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 997.

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VSS2017 – Eye Left the Right Face: The Impact of Central Attentional Resource Modulation on Visual Strategies During Facial Expression Categorization

Duncan, J., Dugas, G., Brisson, B.,  Blais, C. & Fiset, D. (2017). Eye Left the Right Face: The Impact of Central Attentional Resource Modulation on Visual Strategies During Facial Expression Categorization. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 831.

 

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VSS2017 – Visual representation of age groups as a function of ageism levels

Plouffe, V., Dion-Marcoux, Y., Fiset, D., Forget, H. & Blais, C. (2017). Visual representation of age groups as a function of ageism levels. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 842.

 

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VSS2017 – Morphing Angelina into Jessica reveals identity specific spatial frequency tuning for faces

Dugas, G., Charbonneau, I., Royer, J., Blais, C. &  Fiset, D. (2017). Morphing Angelina into Jessica reveals identity specific spatial frequency tuning for faces. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 1021.

 

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VSS2017 – Spatial frequencies for rapid and accurate race categorisation in Caucasian participants

Charbonneau, I., Dugas, G., Royer, J., Blais, C., Brisson, B. & Fiset, D. (2017). Spatial frequencies for rapid and accurate race categorisation in Caucasian participants. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 836.

 

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VSS2017 – Impact of myopia on visual attention and the potential link with cultural differences in visual perception

Blais, C., Furumoto-Deshaies, H.,Plouffe-Demers, M.-P, Estéphan, A. & Fiset, D (2017). Impact of myopia on visual attention and the potential link with cultural differences in visual perception. Journal of Vision. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 1005.

 

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VSS2017 – Spatial Frequency Utilization During the Recognition of Static, Dynamic and Dynamic Random Facial Expressions

Plouffe-Demers, M.-P., Saumure, C., Fiset, D., & Blais, C. (2017). Spatial Frequency Utilization During the Recognition of Static, Dynamic and Dynamic Random Facial Expressions. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 826.

 

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VSS2017 – Similar visual strategies are used to recognize spontaneous and posed facial expression

Saumure, C., Plouffe-Demers, M.-P., Fiset, D., & Blais, C. (2017). Similar visual strategies are used to recognize spontaneous and posed facial expressions. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 827.

 

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VSS2016 – Eye movements and use of spatial frequencies in the recognition of dynamic and static facial expressions

Saumure, C., Fiset, D., & Blais, C. (2016). Eye movements and use of spatial frequencies in the recognition of dynamic and static facial expressions. Journal of Vision, 16(12), 1389.

 

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