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  Dr. Yunjo Lee, PhD.
  Program Manager,
Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest (Present)
 
  Post Doctoral Fellow, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest
(2009-2011)
  PhD., York University, Centre for Vision Research (2008)
   
  Contact:
 

The Rotman Research Institute
Baycrest
3560 Bathurst Street, 918
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M6A 2E1

Telephone: (416) 785-2500 ext. 3425

  Email:
  ylee@rotman-baycrest.on.ca
   
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RESEARCH INTEREST
Perception, recognition and memory of faces and objects, cognitive aging, prosopagnosia (face-blindness), functional magnetic resonance imaging, eye-movement memory
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JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
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Published referred papers and books:

Lee Y., Duchaine B., Wilson H.R., & Nakayama K. (2010). Three cases of developmental prosopagnosia from one family: Detailed neuropsychological and psychophysical investigation of face processing. Cortex, 46(8), 949-964.

Lee Y., Habak C., & Wilson H.R. (2010). Seeing an unfamiliar face in rotational motion does not aid identity discrimination across viewpoints. Vision Research, 50(9), 854-859.

Lee Y. (2009). Face perception and Prosopagnosia: Psychophysical investigation of face representation across changes in viewpoint and image size. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag.

Lee Y., Matsumiya K., & Wilson H.R. (2006). Size-invariant but viewpoint-dependent representation of faces. Vision Research, 46 (12), 1901-1910.

 

Submitted referred papers:

Lee Y., Anaki, D., Grady, C.L., & Moscovitch, M. (submitted). Neural correlates of temporal integration in face recognition: an fMRI study.


Lee Y., Grady, C.L., Habak, C., Wilson, H.R., & Moscovitch, M. (submitted). Face processing changes in normal aging revealed by fMRI-adaptation.

 

In progress papers:

Lee Y., Hoang N., Smith C., Grady C., & Moscovitch, M. (in preparation). Face representation in normal aging assessed by categorical perception.

Lee, Y., Paleja, M., Grady, C., & Moscovitch, M. (In preparation). Different processes underlie deficits in face and object recognition in normal aging and developmental prosopagnosia.

 

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ABSTRACTS & POSTERS (SELECTED)

Forthcoming Presentations:

Lee, Y., Grady, C.L., & Moscovitch, M. (February, 2011). Compromised face processing network in developmental prosopagnosia. Poster will be presented at International Neuropsychology Society,Boston, USA.

Presentations:

Lee, Y., Anaki, D., Grady, C.L., & Moscovitch, M. (2010). Neural correlates of
temporal integration in face recognition: an fMRI study. Poster presented at the
2010 Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Montreal, Canada,
April.

Lee, Y., Grady, C.L., Habak, C., Wilson, H.R., & Moscovitch, M. (2009). Face processing changes in normal aging revealed by fMRI-adaptation. Poster presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, USA, October.

Lee, Y., Paleja, M., Grady, C., & Moscovitch, M. (2009). Different processes underlie deficits in face and object recognition in normal aging and developmental prosopagnosia. Poster presented at the 9th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Naples, U.S.A, May.

 

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OTHER INFORMATION

PRESS RELEASE (SELECTED)

Science Daily, The brain needs to remember faces in 3-dimensions. Sept 10, 2010.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/09/100909074017.htm

Medindia, Study details how face blindness impairs ability to remember faces in 3-D. Sept 12, 2010.
http://www.medindia.net/news/Study-Details-How-Face-Blindness-Impairs-Ability-to-
Remember-Faces-in-3-D-73919-1.htm


Elsevier Press Release
, The brain needs to remember faces in 3-dimensions: Developmental prosopagnosia may result from an inability to form mental representations. Sept 9, 2010.
http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/authored_newsitem.careers/companynews05_01657

Neuroscience 2009 Hot Topics, Lee, Y. et al. (2009). Face processing changes in normal aging revealed by fMRI-adaptation. Society for Neuroscience, October, 2009 Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.