Dissociable Neural Subsystems Underlie Abstract and Specific Object Recognition

@inproceedings{Marsolek1999DissociableNS,
  title={Dissociable Neural Subsystems Underlie Abstract and Specific Object Recognition},
  author={Chad J. Marsolek},
  year={1999}
}
Participants named objects presented in the left or right visual field during a test phase, after viewing centrally presented same-exemplar objects, different-exemplar objects, and words that name objects during an initial encoding phase. In two experiments, repetition priming was exemplar-abstract yet visual when test objects were presented directly to the left cerebral hemisphere, but exemplarspecific when test objects were presented directly to the right cerebral hemisphere, contrary to… CONTINUE READING
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