Jeremy B Wilmer
Jeremy B Wilmer
Associate Professor of Psychology, Wellesley College
Verified email at wellesley.edu
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Is the Web as good as the lab? Comparable performance from Web and lab in cognitive/perceptual experiments
L Germine, K Nakayama, BC Duchaine, CF Chabris, G Chatterjee, ...
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19 (5), 847-857, 2012
4972012
Number sense across the lifespan as revealed by a massive Internet-based sample
J Halberda, R Ly, JB Wilmer, DQ Naiman, L Germine
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (28), 11116-11120, 2012
4912012
Human face recognition ability is specific and highly heritable
JB Wilmer, L Germine, CF Chabris, G Chatterjee, M Williams, E Loken, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences 107 (11), 5238-5241, 2010
4852010
Using regression to measure holistic face processing reveals a strong link with face recognition ability
J DeGutis, J Wilmer, RJ Mercado, S Cohan
Cognition 126 (1), 87-100, 2013
1902013
Sustained attention across the life span in a sample of 10,000: Dissociating ability and strategy
FC Fortenbaugh, J DeGutis, L Germine, JB Wilmer, M Grosso, K Russo, ...
Psychological science 26 (9), 1497-1510, 2015
1252015
Capturing specific abilities as a window into human individuality: The example of face recognition.
JB Wilmer, L Germine, CF Chabris, G Chatterjee, M Gerbasi, K Nakayama
Cognitive Neuropsychology 29, 360–392, 2012
1222012
How to use individual differences to isolate functional organization, biology, and utility of visual functions; with illustrative proposals for stereopsis
J Wilmer
Spatial vision 21 (6), 561-579, 2008
1022008
Two visual motion processing deficits in developmental dyslexia associated with different reading skills deficits
JB Wilmer, AJ Richardson, Y Chen, JF Stein
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16 (4), 528-540, 2004
962004
Holistic processing of the mouth but not the eyes in developmental prosopagnosia
J DeGutis, S Cohan, RJ Mercado, J Wilmer, K Nakayama
Cognitive Neuropsychology 29 (5-6), 419-446, 2012
822012
Individual aesthetic preferences for faces are shaped mostly by environments, not genes
L Germine, R Russell, PM Bronstad, GAM Blokland, JW Smoller, H Kwok, ...
Current Biology 25 (20), 2684-2689, 2015
792015
The inversion, part-whole, and composite effects reflect distinct perceptual mechanisms with varied relationships to face recognition.
C Rezlescu, T Susilo, JB Wilmer, A Caramazza
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (12 …, 2017
782017
Why do we differ in number sense? Evidence from a genetically sensitive investigation
MG Tosto, SA Petrill, J Halberda, M Trzaskowski, TN Tikhomirova, ...
Intelligence 43, 35-46, 2014
752014
What can individual differences reveal about face processing?
G Yovel, JB Wilmer, B Duchaine
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 562, 2014
692014
Two distinct visual motion mechanisms for smooth pursuit: evidence from individual differences
JB Wilmer, K Nakayama
Neuron 54 (6), 987-1000, 2007
632007
Individual differences in holistic processing predict the own-race advantage in recognition memory
J DeGutis, RJ Mercado, J Wilmer, A Rosenblatt
PLoS One 8 (4), e58253, 2013
542013
General object recognition is specific: Evidence from novel and familiar objects
JJ Richler, JB Wilmer, I Gauthier
Cognition 166, 42-55, 2017
472017
Individual differences in face recognition: A decade of discovery
JB Wilmer
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (3), 225-230, 2017
442017
Genetic and environmental contributions to strabismus and phoria: evidence from twins
JB Wilmer, BT Backus
Vision research 49 (20), 2485-2493, 2009
392009
Item response theory analyses of the Cambridge Face Memory Test (CFMT).
SJ Cho, J Wilmer, G Herzmann, RW McGugin, D Fiset, AE Van Gulick, ...
Psychological assessment 27 (2), 552, 2015
382015
Face recognition: a model specific ability
JB Wilmer, LT Germine, K Nakayama
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 769, 2014
352014
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