Hemispheric metacontrol and cerebral dominance in healthy individuals investigated by means of chimeric faces.

@article{Urgesi2005HemisphericMA,
  title={Hemispheric metacontrol and cerebral dominance in healthy individuals investigated by means of chimeric faces.},
  author={Cosimo Urgesi and Emanuela Bricolo and Salvatore Maria Aglioti},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2005},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={
          513-25
        }
}
Cerebral dominance and hemispheric metacontrol were investigated by testing the ability of healthy participants to match chimeric, entire, or half faces presented tachistoscopically. The two hemi-faces compounding chimeric or entire stimuli were presented simultaneously or asynchronously at different exposure times. Participants did not consciously detect chimeric faces for simultaneous presentations lasting up to 40 ms. Interestingly, a 20 ms separation between each half-chimera was sufficient… CONTINUE READING
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