University of Louvain (UCL)
Tel : +32 10 47 30 27
My main research interest is to understand the mechanisms involved in face recognition by studying normal population and both acquired and developmental prosopagnosia. For that purpose we need to establish tools to evaluate face reocgnition abilities. These tests are destined both for the normal population and for propsopagnosic patients. They should help us understanding better face recognition through a quantitative but also in a qualitative assessment of face processing abilities.
Publications (face categorization lab)
Laguesse, R. & Rossion, B. (2013). Face perception is whole or none: disentangling the role of spatial contiguity and inter-features distances in the composite face illusion. Perception, 42, 1013-1026. [PDF]
Laguesse, R.*, Dormal, G.*, Biervoye, A., Kuefner, D., Rossion, B. (2012). Extensive visual training in adulthood significantly reduces the face inversion effect. Journal of Vision, 12:14, 1-13. [PDF] * = equal contribution
Quadflieg, S., Todorov, A., Laguesse, R., Rossion, B. (2012). Normal face-based judgments of social characteristics despite impaired holistic face processing. Visual Cognition, 20, 865-882. [PDF]
Upcoming event (September 2018): Workshop in EEG Frequency-tagging in Visual Neuroscience: Conceptual & Technical Advances