Inversion Leads to Quantitative, Not Qualitative, Changes in Face Processing

@article{Sekuler2004InversionLT,
  title={Inversion Leads to Quantitative, Not Qualitative, Changes in Face Processing},
  author={Allison B. Sekuler and Carl M. Gaspar and Jason M. Gold and Patrick J. Bennett},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={14},
  pages={391-396}
}
Humans are remarkably adept at recognizing objects across a wide range of views. A notable exception to this general rule is that turning a face upside down makes it particularly difficult to recognize. This striking effect has prompted speculation that inversion qualitatively changes the way faces are processed. Researchers commonly assume that configural… CONTINUE READING