Harold Hill
Harold Hill
School of Psychology, University of Wollongong
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Information and viewpoint dependence in face recognition
H Hill, PG Schyns, S Akamatsu
Cognition 62 (2), 201-222, 1997
The effects of lighting on the perception of facial surfaces.
H Hill, V Bruce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 22 (4), 986, 1996
Categorizing sex and identity from the biological motion of faces
H Hill, A Johnston
Current biology 11 (11), 880-885, 2001
Recognising faces: effects of lighting direction, inversion, and brightness reversal
A Johnston, H Hill, N Carman
Perception 42 (11), 1227-1237, 2013
Putting the face to the voice': Matching identity across modality
M Kamachi, H Hill, K Lander, E Vatikiotis-Bateson
Current Biology 13 (19), 1709-1714, 2003
Exaggerating temporal differences enhances recognition of individuals from point light displays
H Hill, FE Pollick
Psychological Science 11 (3), 223-228, 2000
Evaluating the effectiveness of pixelation and blurring on masking the identity of familiar faces
K Lander, V Bruce, H Hill
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2001
Perceiving the sex and race of faces: The role of shape and colour
H Hill, V Bruce, S Akamatsu
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1995
Independent effects of lighting, orientation, and stereopsis on the hollow-face illusion
H Hill, V Bruce
Perception 22 (8), 887-897, 1993
Toward DNA-based facial composites: preliminary results and validation
P Claes, H Hill, MD Shriver
Forensic Science International: Genetics 13, 208-216, 2014
A comparison between the hollow-face and ‘hollow-potato’illusions
H Hill, V Bruce
Perception 23 (11), 1335-1337, 1994
Recognising facial expression from spatially and temporally modified movements
FE Pollick, H Hill, A Calder, H Paterson
Perception 32 (7), 813-826, 2003
The hollow-face illusion: Object-specific knowledge, general assumptions or properties of the stimulus?
H Hill, A Johnston
Perception 36 (2), 199-223, 2007
It's not what you say but the way you say it: matching faces and voices.
K Lander, H Hill, M Kamachi, E Vatikiotis-Bateson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (4), 905, 2007
Visual correlates of prosodic contrastive focus in French: description and inter-speaker variability
M Dohen, H Lœvenbruck, HC Hill
Comparing solid-body with point-light animations
H Hill, Y Jinno, A Johnston
Perception 32 (5), 561-566, 2003
Motion as a cue for viewpoint invariance
T Watson, A Johnston, H Hill, N Troje
Visual Cognition 12 (7), 1291-1308, 2005
Range-and domain-specific exaggeration of facial speech
HCH Hill, NF Troje, A Johnston
Journal of vision 5 (10), 4-4, 2005
Infants' discrimination of faces by using biological motion cues
J Spencer, J O'Brien, A Johnston, H Hill
Perception 35 (1), 79-89, 2006
Perception of Mooney faces by young infants: The role of local feature visibility, contrast polarity, and motion
Y Otsuka, HCH Hill, S Kanazawa, MK Yamaguchi, B Spehar
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 111 (2), 164-179, 2012
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