Ales, J., Farzin, F., Rossion, B., Norcia, A.M. (2012). An objective method for measuring face detection thresholds using the sweep steady-state evoked response. Journal of Vision, 12(10):18, 1–18. [PDF

de Heering, A. Aljuhanay, A., Rossion, B., Pascalis, O. (2012). Early deafness increases the face inversion effect but does not modulate the composite face effect. Front Psychol. 2012;3:124 [PDF]

de Heering, A., Rossion, B., Maurer, D. (2012). Developmental changes in face recognition during childhood: evidence from upright and inverted faces. Cognitive Development, 27, 17-27. [PDF]

Jonas, J., Descoins, M., Koessler, L., Colnat-Coulbois, S., Sauvee, M., Guye, M., Vignal, J-P., Vespignani, H., Rossion, B., Maillard, L. (2012). Focal electrical intracerebral stimulation of a face-sensitive area causes transient prosopagnosia. Neuroscience, 222, 281-288. [PDF] [video 1] [video 2]

Laguesse, R., Dormal, G., Biervoye, A., Kuefner, D., Rossion, B. (2012). Extensive visual training in adulthood significantly reduces the face inversion effect. Journal of Vision, 12:14, 1-13. [PDF]

Quadflieg, S., Todorov, A., Laguesse, R., Rossion, B. (2012). Normal face-based judgments of social characteristics despite impaired holistic face processing. Visual Cognition, 20, 865-882. [PDF]

Ramon M., & Rossion, B. (2012). Hemisphere-dependent holistic processing of familiar faces. Brain and Cognition., 78, 1-13. [PDF]

Rossion, B., Alonso-Prieto, E., Boremanse, A., Kuefner, D., Van Belle, G. (2012). A steady-state visual evoked potential approach to individual face perception: effect of inversion, contrast-reversal and temporal dynamics. NeuroImage, 63, 1585-1600. [PDF]

Rossion, B., Hanseeuw, B., Dricot, L. (2012). Defining face perception areas in the human brain: a large-scale factorial fMRI face localizer analysis. Brain and Cognition, 79, 138-157. [PDF]