Neural correlates of the left-visual-field superiority in face perception appear at multiple stages of face processing.

Abstract

Studies in healthy individuals and split-brain patients have shown that the representation of facial information from the left visual field (LVF) is better than the representation of facial information from the right visual field (RVF). To investigate the neurophysiological basis of this LVF superiority in face perception, we recorded event-related… (More)

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