Comparing neural correlates of configural processing in faces and objects: an ERP study of the Thatcher illusion.

Abstract

In the Thatcher illusion, a face with inverted eyes and mouth looks abnormal when upright but not when inverted. Behavioral studies have shown that thatcherization of an upright face disrupts perceptual processing of the local configuration. We recorded high-density EEG from normal observers to study ERP correlates of the illusion during the perception of… (More)

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