Joseph Arizpe
Joseph Arizpe
Vision and Data Scientist, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
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Faces in the eye of the beholder: Unique and stable eye scanning patterns of individual observers
E Mehoudar, J Arizpe, CI Baker, G Yovel
Journal of vision 14 (7), 6-6, 2014
Start position strongly influences fixation patterns during face processing: Difficulties with eye movements as a measure of information use
J Arizpe, DJ Kravitz, G Yovel, CI Baker
PloS one 7 (2), e31106, 2012
Cortical representations of bodies and faces are strongest in commonly experienced configurations
AWY Chan, DJ Kravitz, S Truong, J Arizpe, CI Baker
Nature neuroscience 13 (4), 417-418, 2010
Cross-hemispheric alternating current stimulation during a nap disrupts slow wave activity and associated memory consolidation
P Garside, J Arizpe, CI Lau, C Goh, V Walsh
Brain stimulation 8 (3), 520-527, 2015
The categories, frequencies, and stability of idiosyncratic eye-movement patterns to faces
J Arizpe, V Walsh, G Yovel, CI Baker
Vision Research 141, 191-203, 2017
Differences in looking at own-and other-race faces are subtle and analysis-dependent: An account of discrepant reports
J Arizpe, DJ Kravitz, V Walsh, G Yovel, CI Baker
PLoS One 11 (2), e0148253, 2016
Impaired fixation to eyes during facial emotion labelling in children with bipolar disorder or severe mood dysregulation
P Kim, J Arizpe, BH Rosen, V Razdan, CT Haring, SE Jenkins, ...
Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience 38 (6), 407-416, 2013
Self-reported face recognition is highly valid, but alone is not highly discriminative of prosopagnosia-level performance on objective assessments
JM Arizpe, E Saad, AO Douglas, L Germine, JB Wilmer, JM DeGutis
Behavior research methods 51, 1102-1116, 2019
Where you look matters for body perception: Preferred gaze location contributes to the body inversion effect
JM Arizpe, DL McKean, JW Tsao, AWY Chan
PLoS One 12 (1), e0169148, 2017
Comparing the sensitivity of face matching assessments to detect face perception impairments
MV Mishra, RM Fry, E Saad, JM Arizpe, YGB Ohashi, JM DeGutis
Neuropsychologia 163, 108067, 2021
Eye movement dynamics differ between encoding and recognition of faces
JM Arizpe, DL Noles, JW Tsao, AWY Chan
Vision 3 (1), 9, 2019
Characteristic visuomotor influences on eye-movement patterns to faces and other high level stimuli
JM Arizpe, V Walsh, CI Baker
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 139687, 2015
The rise and fall of face recognition awareness across the life span.
J DeGutis, B Yosef, EA Lee, E Saad, J Arizpe, JS Song, J Wilmer, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 49 (1), 22, 2023
Comparing the sensitivity of face matching assessments to detect face perception deficits
MV Mishra, R Fry, E Saad, J Arizpe, YG Ohashi, J DeGutis
PsyArXiv, 2020
Deficient functional MRI selectivity and connectivity in developmental prosopagnosia is specific to face regions
X Li, J Arizpe, D Rothlein, M Esterman, J DeGutis
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 827-827, 2020
Developmental prosopagnosics have impaired recollection but intact aspects of familiarity during recognition of newly-learned faces
AD Stumps, E Saad, EM Lee, J Arizpe, J DeGutis
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 24-24, 2019
The relation between facial recognition response time and facial recognition ability: task demands modulate its direction and magnitude
J Arizpe, E Saad, J Wilmer, J DeGutis
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 930-930, 2018
Increasing extent of category selectivity with increasing power.
J Arizpe, D Kravitz, E Bilger, C Baker
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 117-117, 2014
The prevalence and nature of face perception impairments in developmental prosopagnosia
E Lee, M Mishra, A Stumps, E Saad, J Arizpe, J DeGutis
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 23b-23b, 2019
Eye Movement Dynamics Differ between Encoding and Recognition of Faces
A Chan, J Arizpe, D Noles, J Tsao
MDPI, 2019
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