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My lab uses neuropsychology, psychophysics, neuroimaging, and twin studies to explore the cognitive, neural, developmental, and genetic basis of social perception. Much of our work focuses on prosopagnosia, a condition defined by severe face recognition deficits.
Dalrymple, K. & Duchaine, B. (2016). Impaired face detection may explain some but not all cases of developmental prosopagnosia. Developmental Science. 19(3), 440-451.
Duchaine, B. & Yovel, G. (2015). A revised neural framework for face processing. Annual Review of Vision Science, 1: 393-416.
Rezlescu, C., Pitcher, D., Barton, J.J.S., & Duchaine, B. (2014). Normal acquisition of expertise with greebles in two cases of acquired prosopagnosia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111: 5123-5128.
Eimer, M, Gosling, A, & Duchaine, B. (2012). Electrophysiological markers of covert face recognition in developmental prosopagnosia. Brain, 135: 542-54.
2016-2019 NSF, Testing and building models of face perception via acquired prosopagnosia