2021

2021/in press

REVIEW Jonas, J., & Rossion, B. (in press). Intracerebral electrical stimulation to understand the neural basis of human face identity recognition. European Journal of Neuroscience. PDF

Rekow, D., Baudouin, J.-Y., Poncet, F., Damon, F., Durand, K., Schaal, B., Rossion, B., Leleu, A. (in press). Smells like real faces: Odor-driven face pareidolia in the infant brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA.

Barbero, F., Calce, R., Talwar, S., Rossion, B., Collignon, O. (in press). A robust voice-selective response in the human brain as revealed by electrophysiological recordings and fast periodic auditory stimulation. eNeuro.

COMMENTARY Rossion, B. (in press). What are superior face identity recognizers (SFIR) made of?  Neuropsychologia.

Or, C., Retter, T.L., Rossion, B. (in press). Does automatic human face categorization depend on head orientation? Cortex.

COMMENTARY Rossion, B. (2021). Are facing body dyads as special as (single) faces for the human brain? Cortex, 135, 361-364. PDF

van de Walle de Ghelcke, A, Rossion, B, Schiltz C, Lochy A. (2021). Developmental changes in letter-selective neural sensitivity: a one-year follow-up of beginning readers. Developmental Science, 00:e12999.PDF

REVIEW Caharel, S. & Rossion, B. (2021). The N170 is sensitive to long-term (personal) familiarity of a face identity. Neuroscience, 448, 244-255.PDF