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The role of spatial frequency information for ERP components sensitive to faces and emotional facial expression

Amanda Holmes, Joel S. Winston, Martin Eimer
2005 Cognitive Brain Research  
The role of spatial frequency information for ERP components sensitive to faces and emotional facial expression. Cognitive Brain Research 25 (2): 508-520.  ...  The role of spatial frequency information for ERP components sensitive to faces and emotional facial expression. Cognitive Brain Research 25 (2): 508-520.  ...  Differential sensitivities to emotional expression information at high and low spatial scales are also apparent in tasks examining facial expression processing, with LSF information found to be important  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cogbrainres.2005.08.003 pmid:16168629 fatcat:5cjijbbkfbd5hir6qhtkgibjya

Veido emocinių išraiškų erdvinių dažnių apdorojimo smegenų pusrutuliuose skirtumai

Silvija Saunoriūtė-Kerbelienė, Osvaldas Rukšėnas, Philip J. Benson
2015 Psychology. Research papers  
Fear was recognised faster in the LVF-RH than in the RVF-LH.  ...  This finding alone was immediately suggestive of asymmetric proeessing of low spa tial frequency information in the matching task.  ... 
doi:10.15388/psichol.2000.21.9013 fatcat:pykreigvkfct3arrw7jjrqsfmi

The role of spatial frequency information in the decoding of facial expressions of pain

Shan Wang, Christopher Eccleston, Edmund Keogh
2017 Pain  
Spatial frequency (SF) information contributes to the recognition of facial expressions, including pain.  ...  For women, the low-SF preference was dampened by high-SF pain information, when viewing low-SF neutral expressions.  ...  Spatial frequency information and pain expression decoding  ... 
doi:10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001031 pmid:28767508 fatcat:ffrx7ej5ejafzidkaowdmcrgwi

The role of spatial frequency in emotional face classification

Ben J. Jennings, Yinan Yu, Frederick A. A. Kingdom
2017 Attention, Perception & Psychophysics  
The data reveal that consistent ratings are made for every emotional state independent of spatial frequency content.  ...  Previous studies with emotional face stimuli have revealed that our ability to identify different emotional states is dependent on the faces' spatial frequency content.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research grant #MOP 123349 given to FAAK.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13414-017-1377-7 pmid:28702936 fatcat:yvtcdaiidjgwpjdya5j32ty2ja

Curvilinear relationship between phonological working memory load and social-emotional modulation

Quintino R. Mano, Gregory G. Brown, Khalima Bolden, Robin Aupperle, Sarah Sullivan, Martin P. Paulus, Murray B. Stein
2013 Cognition & Emotion  
Accumulating evidence suggests that working memory load is an important factor for the interplay between cognitive and facial-affective processing.  ...  Facial distracters displayed happy, sad, or neutral expressions in Experiment 1 (N=60) and happy, fearful, or neutral expressions in Experiment 2 (N=29).  ...  The authors would also like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their thoughtful comments and suggestions to improve the quality of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02699931.2012.712948 pmid:22928750 pmcid:PMC4549278 fatcat:xgcxdvveafct3cmz5f4pfk2cyi

All in the first glance: first fixation predicts individual differences in valence bias

Maital Neta, Tien T. Tong, Monica L. Rosen, Alex Enersen, M. Justin Kim, Michael D. Dodd
2016 Cognition & Emotion  
upper part of the face (eyes).  ...  When compared to fearful expressions, which are consistently rated as negative, surprise and fear share similar morphological structures (e.g. widened eyes), but these similarities are primarily in the  ...  Brock for help with statistical analyses. Disclosure statement No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02699931.2016.1152231 pmid:26963703 pmcid:PMC5018241 fatcat:w36gsv3n6zhdhgbh5fofz7njti

A dynamic framework based on local Zernike moment and motion history image for facial expression recognition

Xijian Fan, Tardi Tjahjadi
2017 Pattern Recognition  
To recognise a facial expression, a weighting strategy based on the latter feature and sub-division of the image frame is applied to the former to enhance the dynamic information of facial expression,  ...  A dynamic descriptor facilitates robust recognition of facial expressions in video sequences.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank China Scholarship Council / Warwick Joint Scholarship (Grant no. 201206710046) for providing the funds for this research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.patcog.2016.12.002 fatcat:btjkw62p3nferkj2xqdb4vatpu

Event-related brain potential correlates of emotional face processing

Martin Eimer, Amanda Holmes
2007 Neuropsychologia  
Emotional facial expressions are particularly salient stimuli for conveying important nonverbal communications to other species members, and, in humans, are immediate indicators of affective dispositions  ...  Results from recent event-related brain potential (ERP) studies investigating brain processes involved in the detection and analysis of emotional facial expression are reviewed.  ...  The authors thank two anonymous reviewers for helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2006.04.022 pmid:16797614 pmcid:PMC2383989 fatcat:5rs5w6vi3nei5klkilz2ffn4lq

Effects of outdoor lighting on judgements of emotion and gaze direction

S Fotios, B Yang, C Cheal
2013 Lighting Research and Technology  
Results for judgements of emotion from facial expression suggest a minimum luminance of the face of 0.1-1.0 cd/m 2 if facial expressions are to be identified accurately at 4 m, but a luminance above 1.0  ...  The results were used to estimate appropriate light levels for outdoor lighting.  ...  database developed by the Laboratory for Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience in Tilburg University, and the uulmHPG database developed by the Institute of Neural Information Processing in University  ... 
doi:10.1177/1477153513510311 fatcat:ddxftwjd3bfw7jyy5puteiu7o4

Quantifying Facial Expression Intensity and Signal Use in Deaf Signers

2019 Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education  
Our results provide a robust benchmark for the intensity and signal use in deafness and novel insights into the differential coding of facial expressions of emotion between hearing and deaf individuals  ...  Yet, it remains unclear how facial expressions are decoded by deaf adults in the absence of an auditory sensory channel.  ...  The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1093/deafed/enz023 pmid:31271428 fatcat:kuj6qmrwj5ggrluqanzpea6rta

The recognition of facial expressions of emotion in deaf and hearing individuals

Helen Rodger, Junpeng Lao, Chloé Stoll, Anne-Raphaëlle Richoz, Olivier Pascalis, Matthew Dye, Roberto Caldara
2021 Heliyon  
In the absence of auditory sensory channel inputs, it is unclear how facial expressions are recognised and internally represented by deaf individuals.  ...  During real-life interactions, facial expressions of emotion are perceived dynamically with multimodal sensory information.  ...  The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e07018 pmid:34041389 pmcid:PMC8141778 fatcat:wsugik32wraq3kr3jgwkjmpqc4

Investigating the chromatic contribution to recognition of facial expression

S Fotios, H Castleton, C Cheal, B Yang
2016 Lighting Research and Technology  
Neither lamp type nor image colour was suggested to have a significant effect on the frequency with which the emotion conveyed by facial expression was correctly identified.  ...  A pedestrian may judge the intentions of another person by their facial expression amongst other cues and aiding such evaluation after dark is one aim of road lighting.  ...  targets in these trials were photographs from the FACES database of actors portraying, by their facial expression, the six universally recognised emotions: anger, disgust, fear, happiness, neutrality and  ... 
doi:10.1177/1477153515616166 fatcat:izzgzvaoefhkbh6fn4xo7kcn5u

The perceptual saliency of fearful eyes and smiles: A signal detection study

Mahmoud Medhat Elsherif, Muhammet Ikbal Saban, Pia Rotshtein, Philip Allen
2017 PLoS ONE  
Finally, the power in low spatial frequency of a feature predicted its discriminability index.  ...  Facial features differ in the amount of expressive information they convey.  ...  Acknowledgments We want to thanks Iram Yousaf, Zara Nissa and Tsz Seena Cheng for their contribution to data collection and Mennat-Allah Elsherif for proofreading the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0173199 pmid:28267761 pmcid:PMC5340363 fatcat:hdfpe4ne7vavde2fx55jux6ela

Emotional facial expressions evoke faster orienting responses, but weaker emotional responses at neural and behavioural levels compared to scenes: A simultaneous EEG and facial EMG study

Aimee Mavratzakis, Cornelia Herbert, Peter Walla
2016 NeuroImage  
At 220-280 ms, the early posterior negativity (EPN) was enhanced only slightly for fearful as compared to neutral or happy faces.  ...  Taking into account all effects, the data suggests that emotional facial expressions evoke faster attentional orienting, but weaker affective neural activity and emotional behavioural responses compared  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Ross Fulham, Tony Kemp, Melinda Vardanega, Natalie Townsend, Jennifer Gilchrist, Samantha Allen and Jacob Duffy for their assistance performing the study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.09.065 pmid:26453930 fatcat:ej7ie4zcqzhnvkil7trq5nrc3a

Primary vision and facial emotion recognition in early Parkinson's disease

Géraldine Hipp, Nico J. Diederich, Vannina Pieria, Michel Vaillant
2014 Journal of the Neurological Sciences  
The most prominent difference was seen for contrast perception at the lowest spatial frequency (p = 0.0002). Concerning FER IPD patients showed reduced recognition of "sadness" (p = 0.01).  ...  At this stage, IPD patients seem still to compensate the deficient input of low contrast sensitivity, known to be pivotal for appreciation of negative facial emotions and confirmed as such for healthy  ...  Acknowledgment We thank Dr Deborah McIntyre, M.D. for assistance with the English language.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jns.2013.12.047 pmid:24484973 fatcat:dacnk4ltc5hdzdtxvtofoprsmi
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