A steady-state visual evoked potential approach to individual face perception: Effect of inversion, contrast-reversal and temporal dynamics

@article{Rossion2012ASV,
  title={A steady-state visual evoked potential approach to individual face perception: Effect of inversion, contrast-reversal and temporal dynamics},
  author={Bruno Rossion and Esther Alonso Prieto and Adriano Boremanse and Dana Kuefner and Goedele Van Belle},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2012},
  volume={63 3},
  pages={1585-600}
}
Presentation of a face stimulus for several seconds at a periodic frequency rate leads to a right occipito-temporal evoked steady-state visual potential (SSVEP) confined to the stimulation frequency band. According to recent evidence (Rossion and Boremanse, 2011), this face-related SSVEP is largely reduced in amplitude when the exact same face is repeated at every stimulation cycle as compared to the presentation of different individual faces. Here this SSVEP individual face repetition effect… CONTINUE READING
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