Category-Specific Effects in Object Identification: What is “Normal”?

@article{Lg2005CategorySpecificEI,
  title={Category-Specific Effects in Object Identification: What is “Normal”?},
  author={Torstein L{\aa}g},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2005},
  volume={41},
  pages={833-841}
}
Previous research on category-specific effects in subjects with intact brains, have found a disadvantage for the identification of natural objects compared to artefacts. This has been taken to support the explanation that natural object deficits in brain-damaged subjects are nothing more than an exaggeration of a "normal" tendency. More recent investigations have, however, uncovered the opposite normal tendency, an advantage for natural objects (Gerlach, 2001; Laws and Neve, 1999). The present… CONTINUE READING
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