Jeremy B Wilmer
Jeremy B Wilmer
Associate Professor of Psychology, Wellesley College
Verified email at wellesley.edu
TitleCited byYear
Human face recognition ability is specific and highly heritable
JB Wilmer, L Germine, CF Chabris, G Chatterjee, M Williams, E Loken, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences 107 (11), 5238-5241, 2010
4112010
Number sense across the lifespan as revealed by a massive Internet-based sample
J Halberda, R Ly, JB Wilmer, DQ Naiman, L Germine
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (28), 11116-11120, 2012
4092012
Is the Web as good as the lab? Comparable performance from Web and lab in cognitive/perceptual experiments
L Germine, K Nakayama, BC Duchaine, CF Chabris, G Chatterjee, ...
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19 (5), 847-857, 2012
3682012
Using regression to measure holistic face processing reveals a strong link with face recognition ability
J DeGutis, J Wilmer, RJ Mercado, S Cohan
Cognition 126 (1), 87-100, 2013
1672013
Capturing specific abilities as a window into human individuality: The example of face recognition.
JB Wilmer, L Germine, CF Chabris, G Chatterjee, M Gerbasi, K Nakayama
Cognitive Neuropsychology 29, 360–392, 2012
1032012
How to use individual differences to isolate functional organization, biology, and utility of visual functions; with illustrative proposals for stereopsis
JB Wilmer
Spatial vision 21 (6), 561, 2008
932008
Two visual motion processing deficits in developmental dyslexia associated with different reading skills deficits
JB Wilmer, AJ Richardson, Y Chen, JF Stein
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16 (4), 528-540, 2004
852004
Sustained attention across the life span in a sample of 10,000: Dissociating ability and strategy
FC Fortenbaugh, J DeGutis, L Germine, JB Wilmer, M Grosso, K Russo, ...
Psychological science 26 (9), 1497-1510, 2015
722015
Holistic processing of the mouth but not the eyes in developmental prosopagnosia
J DeGutis, S Cohan, RJ Mercado, J Wilmer, K Nakayama
Cognitive Neuropsychology 29 (5-6), 419-446, 2012
692012
Two distinct visual motion mechanisms for smooth pursuit: evidence from individual differences
JB Wilmer, K Nakayama
Neuron 54 (6), 987-1000, 2007
592007
What can individual differences reveal about face processing?
G Yovel, JB Wilmer, B Duchaine
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 562, 2014
562014
Why do we differ in number sense? Evidence from a genetically sensitive investigation
MG Tosto, SA Petrill, J Halberda, M Trzaskowski, TN Tikhomirova, ...
Intelligence 43, 35-46, 2014
562014
Individual aesthetic preferences for faces are shaped mostly by environments, not genes
L Germine, R Russell, PM Bronstad, GAM Blokland, JW Smoller, H Kwok, ...
Current Biology 25 (20), 2684-2689, 2015
522015
Individual differences in holistic processing predict the own-race advantage in recognition memory
J DeGutis, RJ Mercado, J Wilmer, A Rosenblatt
PloS one 8 (4), 2013
472013
The inversion, part-whole, and composite effects reflect distinct perceptual mechanisms with varied relationships to face recognition.
C Rezlescu, T Susilo, JB Wilmer, A Caramazza
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (12 …, 2017
432017
General object recognition is specific: Evidence from novel and familiar objects
JJ Richler, JB Wilmer, I Gauthier
Cognition 166, 42-55, 2017
342017
Genetic and environmental contributions to strabismus and phoria: evidence from twins
JB Wilmer, BT Backus
Vision research 49 (20), 2485-2493, 2009
332009
Item response theory analyses of the Cambridge Face Memory Test (CFMT).
SJ Cho, J Wilmer, G Herzmann, RW McGugin, D Fiset, AE Van Gulick, ...
Psychological assessment 27 (2), 552, 2015
322015
Heritability of strabismus: genetic influence is specific to eso-deviation and independent of refractive error
PG Sanfilippo, CJ Hammond, SE Staffieri, LS Kearns, SHM Liew, ...
Twin Research and Human Genetics 15 (5), 624-630, 2012
252012
Face recognition: a model specific ability
JB Wilmer, LT Germine, K Nakayama
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 769, 2014
242014
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