Masked and unmasked electrophysiological repetition effects of famous faces

@article{Martens2006MaskedAU,
  title={Masked and unmasked electrophysiological repetition effects of famous faces},
  author={Ulla Martens and Stefan Robert Schweinberger and Markus Kiefer and A. Mike Burton},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={1109},
  pages={146-157}
}
We investigated immediate repetition effects of sequentially presented famous face pairs. The first face (F1) was presented masked or unmasked and preceded the second face (F2) with different SOAs (84 ms vs. 500 ms). Participants judged F2 with regard to either semantic category (actor vs. singer; indirect task) or perceptual match with F1 (same vs. different; direct task). Repetition shortened RT for unmasked but not for masked F1 conditions. In event-related brain potentials (ERPs), unmasked… CONTINUE READING

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