Spatial and Temporal Crowding in the Recognition of Words and Faces

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Faces and words are very different, but are they identified the same way? Previous studies indicate that both faces and words are recognized by-their parts. Here, we study the effects of both spatial and temporal crowding on face and word recognition, supposing that in order to recognize these objects we must isolate the objects in time and their parts… (More)

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