In the World Library of Psychologists series, international experts themselves present career-long collections of what they judge to be their finest pieces - extracts from books, key articles, salient research findings, and their major theoretical and practical contributions.
This volume of self-selected papers recognises Andy Young’s major contribution to the study of face perception, for which he received the BPS Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013.
Focusing on his work in facial expression recognition, a specially written introduction gives an overview of his work and contextualises the selection in relation to developments in the field during this time. Divided into five distinct sections, the book covers work on both theoretical and experimental approaches to facial expression recognition, neuropsychology, functional brain imaging, and applications of research.
This book will be of great interest to students and researchers of cognitive psychology or neuropsychology interested in face perception. It will also appeal to those with an interest in the highly varied applications of the research and provide insight into a number of clinical disorders.
Part 1 - Theoretical perspectives 1. Introduction, Andy Young 2. Understanding person perception (2011), Andrew W. Young and Vicki Bruce 3. Understanding the recognition of facial identity and facial expression (2005), Andrew J. Calder and Andrew W. Young Part 2 - Experimental approaches 4. Facial expression megamix: tests of dimensional and category accounts of emotion recognition (1997), Andrew W. Young, Duncan Rowland, Andrew J. Calder, Nancy L. Etcoff, Anil Seth and David I. Perrett 5. Caricaturing facial expressions (2000), Andrew J. Calder, Duncan Rowland, Andrew W. Young, Ian Nimmo-Smith, Jill Keane and David I. Perrett 6. Adaptation effects in facial expression recognition (2004), Shen-Mou Hsu and Andrew W. Young Part 3 – Neuropsychology 7. Knowing no fear (1999), Reiner Sprengelmeyer, Andrew W. Young, Ulrike Schroeder, Peter G. Grossenbacher, Jens Federlein, Thomas Büttner and Horst Przuntek 8. Impaired recognition and experience of disgust following brain injury (2000), Andrew J. Calder, Jill Keane, Facundo Manes, Nagui Antoun and Andrew W. Young 9. Face and emotion processing in frontal variant frontotemporal dementia (2002), Jill Keane, Andrew J. Calder, John R. Hodges and Andrew W. Young Part 4 - Functional brain imaging 10. An amygdala response to fearful faces with covered eyes (2008), Aziz U. R. Asghar, Yi-Chieh Chiu, Glyn Hallam, Siwei Liu, Hannah Mole, Hayley Wright and Andrew W. Young 11. Morphing between expressions dissociates continuous from categorical representations of facial expression in the human brain (2012), Richard J. Harris, Andrew W. Young and Timothy J. Andrews 12. MEG demonstrates a supra-additive response to facial and vocal emotion in right superior temporal sulcus (2009), Cindy C. Hagan, Will Woods, Sam Johnson, Andrew J. Calder, Gary G. R. Green and Andrew W. Young Part 5 – Applications 13. Anxiety-related bias in the classification of emotionally ambiguous facial expressions (2002), Anne Richards, Christopher C. French, Andrew J. Calder, Ben Webb, Rachel Fox and Andrew W. Young 14. Processing of faces and emotional expressions in infants at risk of social phobia (2008), Cathy Creswell, Matt Woolgar, Peter Cooper, Andreas Giannakakis, Elizabeth Schofield, Andrew W. Young and Lynne Murray 15. A case of paraprosopia and its treatment (2003), Steven Kemp, Andrew W. Young, Krystyna Szulecka. and Karel W. de Pauw
The World Library of Psychologists celebrates the important contributions to psychology made by leading experts in their individual fields of study. Each scholar has compiled a career-long collection of what they consider to be their finest pieces: extracts from books, journals, articles, major theoretical and practical contributions, and salient research findings.
For the first time ever the work of each contributor is presented in a single volume so readers can follow the themes and progress of their work and identify the contributions made to, and the development of, the fields themselves.
The distinguished careers of the selected experts span at least two decades and include Barbara Wilson, Elizabeth Valentine, Leo Hendry, Jonathan St. B.T. Evans and Mark Griffiths.
Each book in the series features a specially written introduction by the contributor giving an overview of his career, contextualizing his selection within the development of the field, and showing how his own thinking developed over time.