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Impairment in Holistic Face Processing Following Early Visual Deprivation
Unlike most objects, faces are processed holistically: They are processed as a whole rather than as a collection of independent features. We examined the role of early visual experience in theExpand
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Better perception of global motion after monocular than after binocular deprivation
We used random-dot kinematograms to compare the effects of early monocular versus early binocular deprivation on the development of the perception of the direction of global motion. Patients had beenExpand
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Neuroperception: Early visual experience and face processing
Adult-like expertise in processing face information takes years to develop and is mediated in part by specialized cortical mechanisms sensitive to the spacing of facial features (configuralExpand
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Sensitivity to global form in glass patterns after early visual deprivation in humans
To compare the effects of early monocular versus early binocular deprivation on the perception of global form, we assessed sensitivity to global concentric structure in Glass patterns with varyingExpand
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Expert face processing requires visual input to the right hemisphere during infancy
Adult expertise in face processing is mediated largely by neural networks in the right hemisphere. Here we evaluate the contribution of early visual input in establishing this neural substrate. WeExpand
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Constriction of the visual field of children after early visual deprivation.
PURPOSE We measured the extent of the monocular visual fields of children deprived of normal visual experience and examined the influence of the timing and duration of deprivation, of whetherExpand
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Contact lenses for the treatment of pediatric cataracts.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the experiences, attitudes, and perceptions of the caregivers of children with cataracts who were visually rehabilitated with contact lenses. PARTICIPANTS One hundredExpand
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The effect of early visual deprivation on the development of face processing
We evaluated the importance of early visual input for the later development of expertise in face processing by studying 17 patients, aged 10 to 38 years, treated for bilateral congenital cataractsExpand
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Sensitivity in the nasal and temporal hemifields in children treated for cataract.
PURPOSE To determine if form-deprived aphakes, like normal infants, show especially poor sensitivity in the nasal visual field. The purpose of this article was also to examine the influence on theirExpand
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