Perceptual learning of parametric face categories leads to the integration of high-level class-based information but not to high-level pop-out.


To date, the relative contribution of the different levels of the visual hierarchy during perceptual decisions remains unclear. Typical models of visual processing, with the reverse hierarchy theory (RHT) as a prominent example, strongly emphasize the role of higher levels and interpret lower levels as sequence of simple feature detectors. Here, we… (More)
DOI: 10.1167/10.13.20


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