Adélaïde de Heering
Adélaïde de Heering
Université libre de Bruxelles
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Holistic face processing is mature at 4 years of age: Evidence from the composite face effect
A De Heering, S Houthuys, B Rossion
Journal of experimental child psychology 96 (1), 57-70, 2007
Early visually evoked electrophysiological responses over the human brain (P1, N170) show stable patterns of face-sensitivity from 4 years to adulthood
D Kuefner, A De Heering, C Jacques, E Palmero-Soler, B Rossion
Frontiers in human neuroscience 3, 67, 2010
The role of experience during childhood in shaping the other‐race effect
A De Heering, C De Liedekerke, M Deboni, B Rossion
Developmental science 13 (1), 181-187, 2010
Developmental changes in face recognition during childhood: Evidence from upright and inverted faces
A De Heering, B Rossion, D Maurer
Cognitive Development 27 (1), 17-27, 2012
Rapid categorization of natural face images in the infant right hemisphere
A De Heering, B Rossion
Elife 4, e06564, 2015
Newborns’ face recognition is based on spatial frequencies below 0.5 cycles per degree
A De Heering, C Turati, B Rossion, H Bulf, V Goffaux, F Simion
Cognition 106 (1), 444-454, 2008
Prolonged visual experience in adulthood modulates holistic face perception
A De Heering, B Rossion
PloS one 3 (5), e2317, 2008
Face memory deficits in patients deprived of early visual input by bilateral congenital cataracts
A De Heering, D Maurer
Developmental Psychobiology 56 (1), 96-108, 2014
Long-lasting crossmodal cortical reorganization triggered by brief postnatal visual deprivation
O Collignon, G Dormal, A De Heering, F Lepore, TL Lewis, D Maurer
Current Biology 25 (18), 2379-2383, 2015
Holistic face processing can be independent of gaze behaviour: Evidence from the composite face illusion
A De Heering, B Rossion, C Turati, F Simion
Journal of Neuropsychology 2 (1), 183-195, 2008
Learning to be conscious
A Cleeremans, D Achoui, A Beauny, L Keuninckx, JR Martin, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 24 (2), 112-123, 2020
The non-linear development of the right hemispheric specialization for human face perception
A Lochy, A De Heering, B Rossion
Neuropsychologia 126, 10-19, 2019
A brief period of postnatal visual deprivation alters the balance between auditory and visual attention
A De Heering, G Dormal, M Pelland, T Lewis, D Maurer, O Collignon
Current biology 26 (22), 3101-3105, 2016
The composite-face effect survives asymmetric face distortions
A De Heering, J Wallis, D Maurer
Perception 41 (6), 707-716, 2012
Early deafness increases the face inversion effect but does not modulate the composite face effect
A De Heering, B Rossion, O Pascalis
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 124, 2012
Three‐month‐old infants’ sensitivity to horizontal information within faces
A De Heering, V Goffaux, N Dollion, O Godard, K Durand, JY Baudouin
Developmental Psychobiology 58 (4), 536-542, 2016
Starting school improves preschoolers' ability to discriminate child faces
A De Heering, A Bracovic, D Maurer
Ecological Psychology 26 (1-2), 16-29, 2014
Sensitivity to spacing information increases more for the eye region than for the mouth region during childhood
A De Heering, C Schiltz
International Journal of Behavioral Development 37 (2), 166-171, 2013
Is red heavier than yellow even for blind?
M Barilari, A De Heering, V Crollen, O Collignon, R Bottini
i-Perception 9 (1), 2041669518759123, 2018
Reduced adaptability, but no fundamental disruption, of norm‐based face coding following early visual deprivation from congenital cataracts
G Rhodes, M Nishimura, A de Heering, L Jeffery, D Maurer
Developmental Science 20 (3), e12384, 2017
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