Mirror-image confusions: Implications for representation and processing of object orientation

@article{Gregory2010MirrorimageCI,
  title={Mirror-image confusions: Implications for representation and processing of object orientation},
  author={Emma Gregory and Michael McCloskey},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2010},
  volume={116},
  pages={110-129}
}
Perceiving the orientation of objects is important for interacting with the world, yet little is known about the mental representation or processing of object orientation information. The tendency of humans and other species to confuse mirror images provides a potential clue. However, the appropriate characterization of this phenomenon is not entirely clear, in part because the stimuli used in most previous studies were not adequate for distinguishing various forms of mirror-image and non… CONTINUE READING

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