William Hayward
William Hayward
Chair Professor of Psychology, Lingnan University
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Three-dimensional object recognition is viewpoint dependent
MJ Tarr, P Williams, WG Hayward, I Gauthier
Nature neuroscience 1 (4), 275-277, 1998
Spatial language and spatial representation
WG Hayward, MJ Tarr
Cognition 55 (1), 39-84, 1995
Expert face coding: Configural and component coding of own-race and other-race faces
G Rhodes, WG Hayward, C Winkler
Psychonomic bulletin & review 13 (3), 499-505, 2006
BOLD activity during mental rotation and viewpoint-dependent object recognition
I Gauthier, WG Hayward, MJ Tarr, AW Anderson, P Skudlarski, JC Gore
Neuron 34 (1), 161-171, 2002
An own-race advantage for components as well as configurations in face recognition
WG Hayward, G Rhodes, A Schwaninger
Cognition 106 (2), 1017-1027, 2008
Chinese character acquisition and visual skills in two Chinese scripts
C McBride-Chang, BWY Chow, Y Zhong, S Burgess, WG Hayward
Reading and Writing 18, 99-128, 2005
Testing conditions for viewpoint invariance in object recognition.
WG Hayward, MJ Tarr
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 23 (5†…, 1997
Effects of outline shape in object recognition.
WG Hayward
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and Performance 24 (2), 427, 1998
Processes underlying the cross-race effect: An investigation of holistic, featural, and relational processing of own-race versus other-race faces
CJ Mondloch, N Elms, D Maurer, G Rhodes, WG Hayward, JW Tanaka, ...
Perception 39 (8), 1065-1085, 2010
Viewpoint dependence and object discriminability
WG Hayward, P Williams
Psychological Science 11 (1), 7-12, 2000
Race-contingent aftereffects suggest distinct perceptual norms for different race faces
E Jaquet, G Rhodes, WG Hayward
Visual Cognition 16 (6), 734-753, 2008
Contact and other‐race effects in configural and component processing of faces
G Rhodes, L Ewing, WG Hayward, D Maurer, CJ Mondloch, JW Tanaka
British Journal of Psychology 100 (4), 717-728, 2009
After the viewpoint debate: where next in object recognition?
WG Hayward
Trends in cognitive sciences 7 (10), 425-427, 2003
Familiar other-race faces show normal holistic processing and are robust to perceptual stress
E McKone, JL Brewer, S MacPherson, G Rhodes, WG Hayward
Perception 36 (2), 224-248, 2007
How well do computer-generated faces tap face expertise?
K Crookes, L Ewing, J Gildenhuys, N Kloth, WG Hayward, M Oxner, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0141353, 2015
The other-race effect: Holistic coding differences and beyond
WG Hayward, K Crookes, G Rhodes
Visual Cognition 21 (9-10), 1224-1247, 2013
Visual search
LKH Chan, WG Hayward
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 4 (4), 415-429, 2013
Hidden Markov model analysis reveals the advantage of analytic eye movement patterns in face recognition across cultures
T Chuk, K Crookes, WG Hayward, AB Chan, JH Hsiao
Cognition 169, 102-117, 2017
Opposite aftereffects for Chinese and Caucasian faces are selective for social category information and not just physical face differences
E Jaquet, G Rhodes, WG Hayward
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (11), 1457-1467, 2007
Font tuning associated with expertise in letter perception
I Gauthier, ACN Wong, WG Hayward, OS Cheung
Perception 35 (4), 541-559, 2006
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