Mel Rutherford, Ph.D.

Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
animacy perception, social perception, face perception
"Mel Rutherford"
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Walsh JA, Creighton SE, Rutherford MD. (2015) Emotion Perception or Social Cognitive Complexity: What Drives Face Processing Deficits in Autism Spectrum Disorder? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Walsh JA, Vida MD, Morrisey MN, et al. (2015) Adults with autism spectrum disorder show evidence of figural aftereffects with male and female faces. Vision Research. 115: 104-12
Lee V, Cheal JL, Rutherford MD. (2015) Categorical perception along the happy-angry and happy-sad continua in the first year of life. Infant Behavior & Development. 40: 95-102
Rutherford MD, Walsh JA, Lee V. (2015) Brief Report: Infants Developing with ASD Show a Unique Developmental Pattern of Facial Feature Scanning. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Walsh JA, Maurer D, Vida MD, et al. (2015) Norm-based coding of facial identity in adults with autism spectrum disorder. Vision Research. 108: 33-40
Cheal JL, Rutherford MD. (2015) Investigating the category boundaries of emotional facial expressions: Effects of individual participant and model and the stability over time Personality and Individual Differences. 74: 146-152
Cheal JL, Heisz JJ, Walsh JA, et al. (2014) Afterimage induced neural activity during emotional face perception. Brain Research. 1549: 11-21
Walsh JA, Vida MD, Rutherford MD. (2014) Strategies for perceiving facial expressions in adults with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 44: 1018-26
Robson SJ, Lee V, Kuhlmeier VA, et al. (2014) Infants use contextual contingency to guide their interpretation of others' goal-directed behavior Cognitive Development. 31: 69-78
Cheal JL, Rutherford MD. (2013) Context-dependent categorical perception of surprise. Perception. 42: 294-301
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