Fear improves mental rotation of low-spatial-frequency visual representation.

Abstract

Previous studies have demonstrated that the brief presentation of a fearful face improves not only low-level visual processing such as contrast and orientation sensitivity but also improves visuospatial processing. In the present study, we investigated whether fear improves mental rotation efficiency (i.e., the mental rotation rate) because of the effect of… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0033625

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