BSc (Psyc Hons), PhD (University of Stirling)
- Face Perception, especially 3D shape and motion
- Visual Perception
Reseach Lab: 41.G44
Searchable RIS publications from 2000 to date.
Lander, K., Hill, H., Kamachi, M. & Vatikiotis-Bateson, V.
(Accepted). Its not what you say but the way that you say it: Matching faces and voices. JEP: HPP
Hill, H. & Johnston, A. (2007) The Hollow-Face Illusion: Object specific knowledge, general assumptions or properties of the stimulus?
Perception, 36, 199-223.
Spencer. J., OBrien, J., Johnston, A., Hill, H. (2006) Infants
discrimination of faces using biological motion cues, Perception, 35(1), 79-89.
Hill, H., Troje, N. & Johnston, A. (2005) Range- and domain-specific exaggeration of facial speech. Journal of Vision, 5(10), 793-807.
Hill, H. (2005) Using laser scans to study face perception. pp
285-303 in J. Clement & M. Marks (Eds). Computer-Graphic Facial Reconstruction. Academic Press.
Watson, T., Johnston, A., Hill, H. & Troje, N. (2005) Motion as a cue for viewpoint invariance. Visual Cognition, 12, 1291-1308
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