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
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
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
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
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 & neuroscience: JPN 38 (6), 407, 2013
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
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
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 (3), 1102-1116, 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, 1027, 2015
Eye movement dynamics differ between encoding and recognition of faces
JM Arizpe, DL Noles, JW Tsao, AWY Chan
Vision 3 (1), 9, 2019
Comparing the sensitivity of face matching assessments to detect face perception deficits
M Mishra, R Fry, E Saad, J Arizpe, YG Ohashi, J DeGutis
PsyArXiv, 2020
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
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 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
Repetitive TMS to right OFA enhances part-based but not holistic face encoding
J Arizpe, M Esterman, J DeGutis
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 1086-1086, 2018
Encoding and recognition of faces involve different eye-movement dynamics
J Arizpe, D McKean, J Tsao, A Chan
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 1008-1008, 2017
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