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Mondloch, C.J., Horner, M., & Mian, J. Wide eyes and drooping arms: Adult-like congruency effects emerge early in the development of sensitivity to emotional faces and body postures. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, submitted.

Mondloch, C.J., Segalowitz, S.J., Lewis, T.L., Dywan, J., Le Grand, R., Levin, A.V., & Maurer, D. The effect of early visual deprivation on the development of face detection. Developmental Science, under revision.

Mian, J.F., & Mondloch, C.J. Recognizing identity in the face of change: The development of an expression-independent representation of facial identity. Journal of Vision, revision submitted.

Geniole, S., Keyes, A., Mondloch, C.J., McCormick, C.M. Detecting successful psychopathy? Cheating, psychopathic personality traits, and the face ratio. Social Psychology and Personality Science, submitted.

Zheng, S., Mondloch, C.J., & Segalowitz, S. (in press) The timing of individual face recognition in the brain. Neuropsychologia.

Geniole, S.N., Keyes, A.E., Mondloch, C.J., Carre, J., & McCormick, A.M. (in press) Facing aggression: Cues differ for female versus male faces. PLoS ONE.

Robbins, R.A., Maurer, D., Hatry, A., Anzures, G., & Mondloch, C.J. (2012). Effects of normal and abnormal visual experience on the development of opposing aftereffects for upright and inverted faces. Developmental Science, 15(2), 194-203.
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7687.2011.01116.x

Mondloch, C.J. (2012). Sad or fearful? The influence of body posture on adults' and children's perception of facial displays of emotion. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 111, 180-196.

Short, L.A., Mondloch, C.J., McCormick, C.M., Carre, J.C., Ma, R., Fu, G., & Lee, K. (2012). Detection of propensity for aggression based on facial structure irrespective of face race. Evolution and Human Behavior, 33, 121-129 .

Maurer, D., & Mondloch, C.J. (2011). Sensitive periods in face perception. In A. Calder, G. Rhodes, J. Haxby, & M. Johnson (Ed.), Handbook of Face Perception. (Pp. 779-796) Oxford University Press.

Zheng, X., Mondloch, C.J., Nishimura, M., Vida, M.D., Segalowitz, S.J. (2011). Telling one face from another: Electrocortical correlates of facial characteristics among individual female faces. Neuropsychologia, 49, 3254-3264.

Short, L.A., Hatry, A.J., & Mondloch, C.J. (2011). The development of norm-based coding and race-specific face prototypes: An examination of 5- and 8-year-olds' face space. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 108, 338-357.

Short, L.A., & Mondloch, C.J. (2010). The importance of social factors is a matter of perception. Perception 39(11), 1562-1564.

Mondloch, C.J., Elms, N., Maurer, D., Rhodes, G., Hayward, W., Tanaka, J., & Zhou, G. (2010). Processes underlying the cross-race effect: Holistic, featural, and relational processing of own- and other-race faces. Perception, 39, 1065-1085.  

Mondloch, C.J., & Desjarlais, M. (2010). The function and specificity of sensitivity to cues to facial identity: An individual differences approach. Perception, 39, 819-829. doi:10.1068/p6584.

Robbins, R.A., Nishimura, M., Mondloch, C.J., Lewis, T., & Maurer, D. (2010). Deficits in sensitivity to spacing after early visual deprivation in humans: A comparison of human faces, monkey faces, and houses. Developmental Psychobiology, Advance online publication. doi:10.1002/dev.20473

Carre, JM, Morrissey, MD, Mondloch, CJ, McCormick, CM (2010). Estimating aggression from emotionally neutral faces: Which facial cues are diagnostic? Perception, 39:356-377.

Mondloch, C.J.., Robbins, R., & Maurer, D. (2010). Discrimination of facial features by adults, 10-year-olds and cataract-reversal patients. Perception, 39, 184-194.

Mondloch, C.J., Le Grand, R., & Maurer, D. (2010). Development of expertise in face recognition. In Gauthier, I., Tarr, M.J., and Bub, D. (Eds.) Perceptual expertise; Bridging brain and behavior. Pp. 67-106. Oxford University Press.

Brunet, P., Mondloch, C.J., & Schmidt, L. (2010). Shy children are less sensitive to some cues to facial recognition. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, D0I 101007/s10578-009-0150-0.

Carre, J., McCormick, C., & Mondloch, C.J. (2009). Facial structure is a reliable cue of aggressive behaviour. Psychological Science, 20, 1994-1998.

Brunet,, P.M., Heisz, J.J., Mondloch, C.J., Shore, D.I., Schmidt, L.A. (2009) Shyness and face scanning in children. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23, 909-914.

Rhodes, G., Ewing, L., Hayward, W., Maurer, D., Mondloch, C.J., Tanaka, J. (2009). Contact and other-race effects in configural and commponent processing of faces. British Journal of Psychology,100, 717-728 .

Vida, M., & Mondloch, C.J. (2009). Children's representations of facial expression and identity: Identity-contingent expression aftereffects. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 104, 326-345.

Anzures, G., Mondloch, C.J., Lackner, C. (2009). Face adaptation and aftereffects in 8-year-olds and adults. Child Development, 80, 1780-0191.

Mondloch, C.J., & Thomson, K. (2008). Limitations in four-year-old children's sensitivity to the spacing among facial features. Child Development, 79, 1514-1524.

Maurer, D., Lewis, T.L., & Mondloch, C.J. (2008). Plasticity of the visual system. In C. Nelson and Luciana (Eds.). Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2nd edition, pp. 413-438). Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

Mondloch, C.J., & Maurer, D. (2008). The effect of face orientation on holistic processing. Perception, 37, 1175-1186.

Mondloch, C.J., Pathman, T., Le Grand, R., Maurer, D., & de Schonen, S. (2007). The composite face effect in six-year-old children: Evidence of adultlike holistic face processing. Visual Cognition, 15, 564-577.

Maurer, D., Mondloch, C.J., & Lewis, T.L. (2007). Effects of early visual deprivation on perceptual and cognitive development. In Claus van Hofstein & Kerstin Rosander (Eds). Progress in Brain Research: From Action to Cognition, 164, 87-104.

Maurer, D., O'Craven, K., Le Grand, R., Mondloch, C.J., Springer, M.V., Lewis, T.L., & Grady, C.L. (2007). Neural correlates of processing facial identity based on features versus their spacing. Neuropschologia, 45, 1438-1451.

Maurer, D., Mondloch, C.M., Lewis, T.L. (2007). Sleeper effects. Developmental Science, 10, 40-47.

Cooper, P.A., Geldart, S.S., Mondloch, C.J., & Maurer, D. (2006). Developmental changes in perceptions of attractiveness: A role for experience? Developmental Science, 9, 530-543.

Maurer, D., Pathman, T., & Mondloch, C.J. (2006). The shape of boubas: sound-shape correspondences in toddlers and adults. Developmental Science, 9, 316-322.

Le Grand, R., Cooper, P.A., Mondloch, C.J., Lewis, T.L., Sagiv, N., de Gelder, B., Maurer, D. (2006). What aspects of face processing are impaired in developmental prosopagnosia? Brain & Cognition, 61, 139-158.

Mondloch, C.J., Ahola, S., & Maurer, D. (2006). Becoming a face expert. Psychological Science, 17, 930-934.

Mondloch, C.J., Leis, A., & Maurer, D. (2006). Recognizing the Face of Johnny, Suzy, and Me: Insensitivity to the spacing among features at 4 years of age. Child Development, 77, 234-243.

Maurer, D., Lewis, T.L., & Mondloch, C. (2005). Missing sights: consequences for visual cognitive development. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9, 144-151.

Maurer, D., & Mondloch, C. Neonatal synesthesia: A re-evaluation. In L. Robertson & N. Sagiv (Eds.), Attention on Synesthesia: Cognition, Development and Neuroscience, Oxford University Press, 2004. Pp. 193-213.

Mondloch, C., & Maurer, D. (2004). Do small white balls squeak? Pitch-object correspondences in young children. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 4, 133-136.

Mondloch, C.J., Dobson, K.S., Parson, J., & Maurer, D. (2004). Why 8-year-olds can't tell the difference between Steve Martin and Paul Newman: Factors contributing to the slow development of sensitivity to the spacing of facial features. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 89, 159-181.

Le Grand, R., Mondloch, C., Maurer, D., & Brent, H. (2004). Impairment in holistic face processing following early visual deprivation. Psychological Science, 15, 762-768.

Mondloch, C., Le Grand, R., & Maurer, D. Early visual experience is necessary for the development of some - but not all - aspects of face processing. In O. Pascalis & A. Slater (Eds.), The Development of Face Processing in Infancy and Early Childhood: Current Perspectives. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2003. Pp. 99-117.

Mondloch, C., Geldart, S., Maurer, D., & Le Grand, R. (2003). Developmental changes in face-processing skills. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 86, 67-84.

Le Grand, R., Mondloch, C., Maurer, D. & Brent, H. (2003). Expert face processing requires visual input to the right hemisphere during infancy. Nature Neuroscience, 6, 1108-1112.

Mondloch, C., Geldart, S., Maurer, D., de Schonen, S. (2003). Developmental changes in the processing of hierarchical shapes continue into adolescence. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 84, 20-40.

Mondloch, C., Le Grand, R., & Maurer, D. (2002). Configural face processing develops more slowly than featural face processing. Perception, 31, 553-566.

Geldart, S., Mondloch, C., Maurer, D., de Schonen, S., & Brent, H. (2002). The effects of early visual deprivation on the development of face processing. Developmental Science, 5, 490-501.

Maurer, D., Le Grand, R., & Mondloch, C. (2002). The many faces of configural processing. Trends in Cognitive Science, 6, 255-260.

Mondloch, C.J., Lewis, T.L., Budreau, D.R., Maurer, D., Dannemiller, J.L., Stephens, B.R., & Kleiner, K.A. (1999). Face perception during early infancy. Psychological Science,10, 419-422.



















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