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School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences - The University of Texas at Dallas

School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Research Projects

 

ImagePerception and Memory for Human Faces

Our lab research consists of several projects that look at how we perceive faces and people in motion and how we can explore the internal representation of a face with perceptual adaptation techniques.

 

ImageFace Recognition Comparisons Between Humans and Machines

Our research has been carried out in collaboration with researchers at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and has produced data that are useful for benchmarking the performance state-of-the-art machine-based face recognition systems against humans.

 

ImageFunctional Neuroimaging of High Level Visual Processing of Human Faces

Functional neuroimaging techniques, including fMRI, have made it possible to “observe” the activity of the human brain as a person engages in a task. Our work focuses on expanding the types of tools used to analyze fMRI data on face perception, using pattern classification algorithms.

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