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Comparing Thompson's Thatcher effect with faces and non-face objects
The classical Thatcher effect (TE) is experienced when global inversion of a face makes it difficult to notice the local inversion of its parts (Thompson, 1980). The TE can be quantified by comparing the ease with which ...
Testing category-specific spatial frequency adaptation
(Vanderbilt University, 2009-04-12)
This study examined representational overlap between faces and scenes by means of spatial frequency adaptation. The results show that adaptation to faces and scenes in either low or high spatial frequencies affect the ...