A direct comparison of unconscious face processing under masking and interocular suppression

@inproceedings{Izatt2014ADC,
  title={A direct comparison of unconscious face processing under masking and interocular suppression},
  author={Gregory Izatt and Julien Dubois and Nathan Faivre and Christof Koch},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
Different combinations of forward and backward masking as well as interocular suppression have been used extensively to render stimuli invisible and to study those aspects of visual stimuli that are processed in the absence of conscious experience. Although the two techniques-masking vs. interocular suppression-obviously differ both in their applications and mechanisms, only little effort has been made to compare them systematically. Yet, such a comparison is crucial: existing discrepancies in… CONTINUE READING

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A direct comparison of unconscious face processing under masking and interocular suppression

G Citation Izatt, J Dubois, N Faivre, C Koch
Front. Psychol. 5:659 • 2014

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