Referenced Publications

Book chapters

  1. Rhodes, G., Robbins, R., McKone, E., Jacquet, E., Jeffery, L., & Clifford, C. (2005). Adaptation and face perception: How aftereffects implicate norm-based coding of faces. In: Clifford, W. G. & Rhodes, G. Fitting the Mind to the World: Adaptation and Aftereffects in High-Level Vision. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. pp. 213-240.
  2. McKone, E. & Kanwisher, N. (2005). Does the human brain process objects of expertise like faces? A review of the evidence. In: Dehaene S., Duhamel J.-R., Hauser M. D., and Rizzolatti, G. (Eds.): From Monkey Brain to Human Brain: A Fyssen Foundation Symposium. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. pp. 339-356.
  3. McKone, E., Crookes, K. & Kanwisher, N. (2009). The cognitive and neural development of face recognition in humans. In Gazzaniga, M. S. (Ed.) The Cognitive Neurosciences IV: Fourth Edition. Bradford Books. pp. 467-482. [print run = 5000 copies]
  4. McKone, E. (2010). Face and object recognition: How do they differ? In Coltheart, V. (Ed.) Tutorials in Visual Cognition. New York, NY: Psychology Press. pp. 261-303.
  5. McKone, E. & Robbins, R. (2011). Are Faces Special? In Calder, A. J., Rhodes, G., Haxby, J. V. & Johnson, M. H. (Eds). Oxford Handbook of Face Perception, Oxford University Press. pp 149-176.

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. 6. McKone, E. (2004). Isolating the special component of face recognition: Peripheral identification, and a Mooney face. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 30, 181-197.
  2. 7. Buchholz, J. & McKone, E. (2004). Adults with dyslexia show deficits on spatial frequency doubling and visual attention tasks. Dyslexia, 10, 24-43. [B, but 52 citations]
  3. 8. McKone, E. (2004). Distinguishing true from false memories via lexical decision as a perceptual implicit test. Australian Journal of Psychology, 56, 42-49. [C, but 21 citations]
  4. 9. Aloisi, B., McKone, E. & Heubeck, B. (2004). Implicit and explicit memory performance in children with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 22, 275-292. [B]
  5. 10. McKone, E., Aitkin, A., & Edwards, M. (2005). Categorical and coordinate relations in faces, or Fechner’s law and face-space instead? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 31, 1181-1198. [A*]
  6. 11. Murphy, K., McKone, E. & Slee, J. (2006). Absolute versus Relative Difference measures of DP150100684 (In draft) Prof Elinor McKone PDF Created: 07/03/2014 Page 30 of 43 priming: Which is appropriate when baseline scores change with age? British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 24, 293-304. [B]
  7. 12. McKone, E. & Peh, Y. X. (2006). Memory conjunction errors for realistic faces are consistent with configural processing, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13, 106-111. [A]
  8. 13. Martini, P., McKone, E. & Nakayama, K. (2006). Orientation tuning of human face processing estimated by contrast matching in transparency displays. Vision Research, 46, 2102-2109. [B under ophthalmology, not ranked under psychology - see note at end]
  9. 14. McKone, E. & Boyer, B. (2006). Four-year olds are sensitive to featural and second-order relational changes in face distinctiveness. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 94, 134-162. [A]
  10. 15. Robbins R. & McKone, E. (2007). No face-like processing for objects-of-expertise in three behavioural tasks. Cognition, 103, 34-79. [A*]
  11. 16. McKone, E. & Robbins, R. (2007). The evidence rejects the expertise hypothesis: Reply to Gauthier & Bukach. Cognition, 103, 331-336. [A*]
  12. 17. McKone, E., Brewer, J. L., MacPherson, S., Rhodes, G. & Hayward, W.G. (2007). Familiar other race faces show normal holistic processing and are robust to perceptual stress. Perception, 36, 224- 248. [A]
  13. 18. Robbins, R., McKone, E., & Edwards, M. (2007). Aftereffects for face attributes with different natural variability: adaptor position effects and neural models. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 33, 570-592. [A*]
  14. 19. McKone, E., Kanwisher, N. & Duchaine, B. C. (2007). Can generic expertise explain special processing for faces? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 11, 8-15. [A*]
  15. 20. Brown, J., Edwards, M., McKone, E. & Ward, J. (2007). A long-term ecstasy-related change in visual perception. Psychopharmacology, 193, 437-446. (Also Erratum for incorrectly labelled graph, p. 447.) [A]
  16. 21. McKone, E. & Crookes, K. (2007). Understanding the developmental origins of primate face recognition: Theoretical commentary on Martin-Malivel and Okada (2007). Behavioural Neuroscience, 121, 1437-1441. [A*]
  17. 22. McKone, E. (2008). Configural processing and face viewpoint. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 34, 310-327. [A*]
  18. 23. McKone, E., Aimola Davies, A., Fernando, D. (2008). Blurry means good focus: myopia and visual attention. Perception, 37, 1765-1768. [A]
  19. 24. McKone, E. (2009). Holistic processing for faces operates over a wide range of sizes but is strongest at identification rather than conversational distances. Vision Research, 49, 268-283. [B under ophthalmology]
  20. 25. Crookes, K. & McKone, E. (2009). Early maturity of face recognition: No childhood development of holistic processing, novel face encoding, or face-space. Cognition, 111(2), 219-247. [A*]
  21. 26. Susilo, T., Crookes, K., McKone, E. & Turner, H. (2009). The composite task reveals stronger holistic processing in children than adults for child faces. PLoS ONE 4(7): e6460 [A]
  22. 27. McKone, E. & Yovel, G. (2009). Why does picture-plane inversion sometimes dissociate perception of features and spacing in faces, and sometimes not? Towards a new theory of holistic processing. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 16(5), 778-797. [A] DP150100684 (In draft) Prof Elinor McKone PDF Created: 07/03/2014 Page 31 of 43
  23. 28. Bowles, D. C., McKone, E., Dawel, A., Duchaine, B., Palermo, R., Schmalzl, L., Rivolta, D., Wilson, C. E., Yovel, G. (2009). Diagnosing prosopagnosia: Effects of aging, sex, and participant stimulus ethnic match on the Cambridge Face Memory Test and Cambridge Face Perception Test. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 26, 423-455. [A]
  24. 29. Susilo, T., McKone, E. & Edwards, M. (2010). What shape are the neural response functions underlying opponent coding in face space? A psychophysical investigation. Vision Research, 50, 300-314. [B under ophthalmology]
  25. 30. Brown, J., McKone, E., & Ward, J. (2010). Deficits of long-term memory in ecstasy users are related to cognitive complexity of the task. Psychopharmacology, 209, 51–67 [A]
  26. 31. McKone, E. & Palermo, R. (2010). A strong role for nature in face recognition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 107 (11), 4795-4796. [A*]
  27. 32. Jeffery, L., McKone, E., Haynes, R., Firth, E., Pellicano, L. & Rhodes, G. (2010). Four-to-six year old children use norm-based coding in face-space. Journal of Vision, 10(5):18, 1-19. [A]
  28. 33. McKone, E., Aimola Davies, A., Fernando, D., Aalders, R., Leung, H., Wickramariyaratne, T. Platow, M. J. (2010). Asia has the global advantage: race and visual attention. Vision  research, 16,1540-1549 [B under ophthalmology]
  29. 34. Susilo. T., McKone, E. & Edwards, M. (2010). Solving the upside-down puzzle: Why do upright and inverted face aftereffects look alike? Journal of Vision, 10(13):1, 1-16. [A]
  30. 35. Susilo, T., McKone, E., Dennett, H., Darke, H., Palermo, R., Hall, A., Pidcock, M., Dawel, A., Jeffery, L., Wilson, C. E., & Rhodes, G. (2011). Face recognition impairments despite normal holistic processing and face space coding: Evidence from a case of developmental prosopagnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 27:8, 636-664. [A]
  31. 36. Palermo, R., Willis, M. L., Rivolta, D., McKone, E., Wilson, C. E., & Calder, A. J. (2011). Impaired holistic coding of facial expression and facial identity in congenital prosopagnosia. Neuropsychologia, 49, 1226–1235. [A]
  32. 37. Jeffery, L., Rhodes, G., McKone, E., Pellicano, E., Crookes, K., & Taylor, E. (2011).  Distinguishing norm-based from exemplar-based coding of identity in children: Evidence from face identity aftereffects. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37, 1824 - 1840. [A*]
  33. 38. McKone, E. , Hall, A., Pidcock, M., Palermo, P., Wilkinson, R.B., Rivolta, D., Yovel, G., Davis, J. M., O'Connor, K.B.L. (2011). Face ethnicity and measurement reliability affect face recognition performance in developmental prosopagnosia: Evidence from the Cambridge Face Memory Test – Australian. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 28(2), 109-146. [A]
  34. 39. Davis, J. M., McKone, E., Dennett, H., O'Connor, K. B., O'Kearney, R., Palermo, R. (2011). Individual differences in the ability to recognise facial identity are associated with social anxiety. PLoS ONE, 6(12), e28800. [A]
  35. 40. Dennett, H. W., McKone, E., Tavashmi, R., Hall, A., Pidcock, M., Edwards, M., Duchaine, B. (2012). The Cambridge Car Memory Test: A task matched in format to the Cambridge Face Memory Test, with norms, reliability, sex differences, dissociations from face memory, and expertise effects. Behaviour Research Methods, 44(2), 587-605. [B]
  36. 41. McKone, E., Crookes, K., Jeffery, L., Dilks, D.D. (2012). A critical review of the development of face recognition: Experience is less important than previously believed. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 29:1-2, 174-212 [A] DP150100684 (In draft) Prof Elinor McKone PDF Created:  7/03/2014 Page 32 of 43
  37. 42. Dawel, A., O’Kearney, R., McKone, E., Palermo, R., (2012). Not Just Fear and Sadness: Meta- Analytic Evidence of Pervasive Emotion Recognition Deficits for Facial and Vocal expressions in Psychopathy. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 36, 2288–2304 [A, 5 yr IF = 9.7]*
  38. 43. Dennett, H. W., Edwards, M., McKone, E. (2012). Global face distortion aftereffects tap both facespecific and shape-generic processes. Journal of Vision. 12(11), 1–20 [A]
  39. 44. McKone, E., Stokes, S., Liu, J., Cohan, S., Fiorentini, C., Pidcock, M., Yovel, G., Broughton, M. Pelleg, M. (2012). A robust method of measuring other-race and other-ethnicity effects: the Cambridge Face Memory Test format. PLoS ONE , 7(10), e47956 [A]
  40. 45. Dennett, H.W., McKone, E., Edwards, M., Susilo, T. (2012). Face aftereffects predict individual differences in face recognition ability. Psychological Science, 23(11), 1279-1287. [A*]
  41. 46. McKone, E., Aimola Davies, A., Darke, H., Crookes, K., Wickramariyaratne, T., Zappia, S., Fiorentini, C., Favelle, S., Broughton, M., Fernando, D. (2013). Importance of the inverted control in measuring holistic face processing with the composite effect and part-whole effect. Frontiers in Psychology: Perception Science. Volume 4, Article 33, p 1-21; doi:  0.3389/fpsyg.2013.00033 [new journal - not on ERA list]
  42. 47. Palermo, R., O’Connor, K.B., Davis, J.M., Irons, J., & McKone, E. (2013). New tests to measure individual differences in matching and labelling facial expressions of emotion, and their association with ability to recognise vocal emotions and facial identity. PLoS ONE, 8(6): e68126. [A]
  43. 48. Pond, S., Kloth, N., McKone, E., Jeffery, L., Irons, J. & Rhodes, G. (2013). Aftereffects support opponent coding of face gender. Journal of Vision, 13(14):16, 1-19. [A]
  44. 49. Weigelt, S., Koldewyn, K., Dilks, D.D., Balas, B., McKone, E., Kanwisher, N. (2014). Domain specific development of face memory, not face perception. Developmental Science, 17(1), 47-58. [A]
  45. 50. Irons, J., McKone, E., Dumbleton, R., Barnes, N., He, X., Provis, J., Ivanovici, C., Kwa, A. (2014). A new theoretical approach to improving face recognition in disorders of central vision: face caricaturing. Journal of Vision, 14(2):12, 1-29. [A]
  46. McKone, E., Jeffery, L., Boeing, A., Clifford, C.W., Rhodes, G. (in press). Face identity aftereffects increase monotonically with adaptor extremity over, but not beyond, the range of natural faces. Vision Research. Accepted 22.01.2014