Person perception 25 years after Bruce and Young (1986): An introduction
Speechreading and the Bruce–Young model of face recognition: Early findings and recent developments
Understanding Voice Perception
The neural processing of familiar and unfamiliar faces: A review and synopsis
Neural correlates of adaptation to voice identity
Multiple contributions to priming effects for familiar faces: Analyses with backward masking and event-related potentials
The role of eyes in early face processing: A rapid adaptation study of the inversion effect
Insights into the development of face recognition mechanisms revealed by face aftereffects
Age biases in face processing: The effects of experience across development
Neural mechanisms of the automatic processing of emotional information from faces and voices
The face and person perception: Insights from social cognition
When it matters how you pronounce it: The influence of regional accents on job interview outcome
The role of name labels in the formation of face representations in event-related potentials
The structure of semantic person memory: Evidence from semantic priming in person recognition
An appreciation of Bruce and Young's (1986) serial stage model of face naming after 25 years
The effect of motion at encoding and retrieval for same- and other-race face recognition
Mental representations of familiar faces
Understanding person perception