Different processes are involved in human brain for shape and face comparisons.

Abstract

Fifteen subjects participated in a matching task of visual stimuli. Two sequentially presented stimuli in a pair were the same shape (shape match), different shapes (shape mismatch), same human face (face match) or different faces (face mismatch). All four kinds of stimulus pairs were of equal probability. The shape mismatch pairs elicited a negative event… (More)

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@article{Zhang2001DifferentPA, title={Different processes are involved in human brain for shape and face comparisons.}, author={Y Zhang and Y Wang and H Wang and Li Ying Cui and S F Tian and Dong Wang}, journal={Neuroscience letters}, year={2001}, volume={303 3}, pages={157-60} }