liezhong Ge
liezhong Ge
professor of psychology, zhejiang Sci-tech university
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The other-race effect develops during infancy: Evidence of perceptual narrowing
DJ Kelly, PC Quinn, AM Slater, K Lee, L Ge, O Pascalis
Psychological Science 18 (12), 1084-1089, 2007
Three‐month‐olds, but not newborns, prefer own‐race faces
DJ Kelly, PC Quinn, AM Slater, K Lee, A Gibson, M Smith, L Ge, ...
Developmental science 8 (6), F31-F36, 2005
Development of the other-race effect during infancy: Evidence toward universality?
DJ Kelly, S Liu, K Lee, PC Quinn, O Pascalis, AM Slater, L Ge
Journal of experimental child psychology 104 (1), 105-114, 2009
Cross-race preferences for same-race faces extend beyond the African versus Caucasian contrast in 3-month-old infants
DJ Kelly, S Liu, L Ge, PC Quinn, AM Slater, K Lee, Q Liu, O Pascalis
Infancy 11 (1), 87-95, 2007
Similarity and difference in the processing of same-and other-race faces as revealed by eye tracking in 4-to 9-month-olds
S Liu, PC Quinn, A Wheeler, N Xiao, L Ge, K Lee
Journal of experimental child psychology 108 (1), 180-189, 2011
Rapid facial reactions to emotional facial expressions in typically developing children and children with autism spectrum disorder
PM Beall, EJ Moody, DN McIntosh, SL Hepburn, CL Reed
Journal of experimental child psychology 101 (3), 206-223, 2008
Two faces of the other-race effect: Recognition and categorisation of Caucasian and Chinese faces
L Ge, H Zhang, Z Wang, PC Quinn, O Pascalis, D Kelly, A Slater, J Tian, ...
Perception 38 (8), 1199-1210, 2009
Developing cultural differences in face processing
DJ Kelly, S Liu, H Rodger, S Miellet, L Ge, R Caldara
Developmental science 14 (5), 1176-1184, 2011
Activation of face expertise and the inversion effect
L Ge, Z Wang, JP McCleery, K Lee
Psychological Science 17 (1), 12-16, 2006
Development of visual preference for own-versus other-race faces in infancy.
S Liu, WS Xiao, NG Xiao, PC Quinn, Y Zhang, H Chen, L Ge, O Pascalis, ...
Developmental Psychology 51 (4), 500, 2015
An inner face advantage in children’s recognition of familiar peers
L Ge, G Anzures, Z Wang, DJ Kelly, O Pascalis, PC Quinn, AM Slater, ...
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 101 (2), 124-136, 2008
The other face of the other-race effect: An fMRI investigation of the other-race face categorization advantage
L Feng, J Liu, Z Wang, J Li, L Li, L Ge, J Tian, K Lee
Neuropsychologia 49 (13), 3739-3749, 2011
The lasting impression of chairman Mao: hyperfidelity of familiar-face memory
L Ge, J Luo, M Nishimura, K Lee
Perception 32 (5), 601-614, 2003
Asian infants show preference for own-race but not other-race female faces: The role of infant caregiving arrangements
S Liu, NG Xiao, PC Quinn, D Zhu, L Ge, O Pascalis, K Lee
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 593, 2015
Infants rely more on gaze cues from own‐race than other‐race adults for learning under uncertainty
NG Xiao, R Wu, PC Quinn, S Liu, KS Tummeltshammer, NZ Kirkham, L Ge, ...
Child development 89 (3), e229-e244, 2018
Eye tracking reveals a crucial role for facial motion in recognition of faces by infants.
NG Xiao, PC Quinn, S Liu, L Ge, O Pascalis, K Lee
Developmental psychology 51 (6), 744, 2015
& Pascalis, O.(2005). Three-month-olds, but not newborns, prefer own-race faces
DJ Kelly, PC Quinn, AM Slater, K Lee, A Gibson, M Smith, L Ge
Developmental science 8 (6), F31-F36, 0
Older but not younger infants associate own‐race faces with happy music and other‐race faces with sad music
NG Xiao, PC Quinn, S Liu, L Ge, O Pascalis, K Lee
Developmental Science 21 (2), e12537, 2018
Rigid facial motion influences featural, but not holistic, face processing
NG Xiao, PC Quinn, L Ge, K Lee
Vision research 57, 26-34, 2012
The roles of visual expertise and visual input in the face inversion effect: Behavioral and neurocomputational evidence
JP McCleery, L Zhang, L Ge, Z Wang, EM Christiansen, K Lee, ...
Vision research 48 (5), 703-715, 2008
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