Are Greebles Special ? Or , why the Fusiform Fish Area would be recruited for Sword Expertise ( If we had one )

@inproceedings{Tong2005AreGS,
  title={Are Greebles Special ? Or , why the Fusiform Fish Area would be recruited for Sword Expertise ( If we had one )},
  author={Matthew H. Tong and Carrie A. Joyce},
  year={2005}
}
The fusiform face area (FFA) has commonly been deemed an area specialized for face processing. Many recent studies have challenged this view by showing that the FFA also responds to stimuli from domains in which the subject is an expert. We have developed neurocomputational models to explore the question of why an area initially devoted to face processing would later be recruited for other domains. Previous studies showed that the FFA could be a fine-level discriminator, spreading apart similar… CONTINUE READING

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