Noah Z. Schwartz, Ph.D.

Neurobiology Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
visual cognition, synaptic plasticity, face recognition, computational neuroscience
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Heather Hoffmann research assistant 1995-1998 Knox College
Bosco S. Tjan grad student 2002-2004 USC (Neurotree)
Ernest Greene grad student 2004-2007 USC
 (Reconsidering face specialization and face inversion.)
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Ryan KF, Schwartz NZ. (2013) Face recognition in emotional scenes: observers remember the eye shape but forget the nose. Perception. 42: 330-40
Rabbitt L, McDonald C, Savage S, et al. (2013) High-performing face recognizers use eye-eye distance and eye-nose distance more than low-performing face recognizers Journal of Vision. 13: 978-978
Byrd A, Schwartz N. (2013) Multiracial experience leads to increased discriminability of facial features but not configural dimensions Journal of Vision. 13: 863-863
Adams S, Polser G, Katona C, et al. (2013) High Autism Spectrum Individuals Use Configural Information More than Neurotypical Individuals When Recognizing Faces Journal of Vision. 13: 840-840
Schwartz N. (2010) Face perception enhances the detection of spatial frequencies between 2-4 cycles per degree (16-32 cycles per face) Journal of Vision. 9: 537-537
Schwartz NZ. (2010) Attneave's Cat revisited: Points of high curvature are not important for shape recognition Journal of Vision. 6: 322-322
Chang S, Crawford M, Schwartz N. (2007) Subject error patterns expose a bias toward configural information when viewing inverted faces Journal of Vision. 7: 510-510
Schwartz N. (2007) Using the temporal dynamics of the face inversion effect as a means to identify contributing configural and part dimensions Journal of Vision. 7: 509-509
Schwartz NZ, Tjan BS. (2004) Spatial summation zone for gratings in natural scenes Journal of Vision. 4: 541-541
Tjan BS, He C, Chung STL, et al. (2004) Letter crowding in the periphery is best modeled by an increase in additive equivalent noise Journal of Vision. 4: 509-509
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