Ipek Oruc
Ipek Oruc
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of British Columbia
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Weighted linear cue combination with possibly correlated error
I Oruē, LT Maloney, MS Landy
Vision Research 43 (23), 2451-2468, 2003
The anatomic basis of the right face-selective N170 IN acquired prosopagnosia: A combined ERP/fMRI study
KA Dalrymple, I Oruē, B Duchaine, R Pancaroglu, CJ Fox, G Iaria, ...
Neuropsychologia, 2011
It doesn't matter how you feel. The facial identity aftereffect is invariant to changes in facial expression
CJ Fox, I OruÁ, JJS Barton
Journal of Vision 8 (3), 11-11, 2008
Illusory motion from change over time in the response to contrast and luminance
BT Backus, I OruÁ
Journal of vision 5 (11), 10-10, 2005
Properties of second-order spatial frequency channels
MS Landy, I Oruē
Vision Research 42 (19), 2311-2329, 2002
Factors contributing to the adaptation aftereffects of facial expression
A Butler, I Oruc, CJ Fox, JJS Barton
Brain research 1191, 116-126, 2008
Face perception: A brief journey through recent discoveries and current directions
I Oruc, B Balas, MS Landy
Vision research 157, 1-9, 2019
The role of skin texture and facial shape in representations of age and identity
M Lai, I OruÁ, JJS Barton
Cortex 49 (1), 252-265, 2013
Facial age after-effects show partial identity invariance and transfer from hands to faces
M Lai, I OruÁ, JJS Barton
Cortex 48 (4), 477-486, 2012
Size determines whether specialized expert processes are engaged for recognition of faces
N Yang, F Shafai, I Oruc
Journal of vision 14 (8), 17-17, 2014
Bootstrap analysis of the single subject with event related potentials
I OruÁ, O Krigolson, K Dalrymple, LS Nagamatsu, TC Handy, JJS Barton
Cognitive Neuropsychology 28 (5), 322-337, 2011
Critical frequencies in the perception of letters, faces, and novel shapes: Evidence for limited scale invariance for faces
I OruÁ, JJS Barton
Journal of Vision 10 (12), 20-20, 2010
Adaptation improves discrimination of face identity
I OruÁ, JJS Barton
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1718), 2591-2597, 2011
Perceptual efficiency and the inversion effect for faces, words and houses
A Albonico, A Furubacke, JJS Barton, I Oruc
Vision research 153, 91-97, 2018
The effect of attention on the illusory capture of motion in bimodal stimuli
I Oruc, S Sinnett, WF Bischof, S Soto-Faraco, K Lock, A Kingstone
Brain Research 1242, 200-208, 2008
The adult face-diet: A naturalistic observation study
I Oruc, F Shafai, S Murthy, P Lages, T Ton
Vision research 157, 222-229, 2019
Link between facial identity and expression abilities suggestive of origins of face impairments in autism: Support for the social-motivation hypothesis
I Oruc, F Shafai, G Iarocci
Psychological science 29 (11), 1859-1867, 2018
Scale dependence and channel switching in letter identification
I OruÁ, MS Landy
Journal of Vision 9 (9), 4-4, 2009
Noise masking reveals channels for second-order letters
I Oruē, MS Landy, DG Pelli
Vision research 46 (8-9), 1493-1506, 2006
Visual orientation processing in autism spectrum disorder: No sign of enhanced early cortical function
F Shafai, K Armstrong, G Iarocci, I Oruc
Journal of vision 15 (15), 18-18, 2015
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