Perceptual interference supports a non-modular account of face processing

  title={Perceptual interference supports a non-modular account of face processing},
  author={Isabel Gauthier and Tim Curran and Kim M. Curby and Daniel Collins},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
The perception of faces and of nonface objects share common early visual processing stages. Some argue, however, that the brain eventually processes faces separately from other objects, within a domain-specific module dedicated to face perception. This apparent specialization for faces could, alternatively, result from people's expertise with this category of stimuli. Here we used behavioral and electrophysiological measures of interference to address the functional independence of face and… CONTINUE READING
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