Spatial frequencies in short-term memory for faces: a test of three frequency-dependent hypotheses.

@article{Wenger2000SpatialFI,
  title={Spatial frequencies in short-term memory for faces: a test of three frequency-dependent hypotheses.},
  author={Michael J. Wenger and James T. Townsend},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2000},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={125-42}
}
Spatial frequency manipulations have been shown to have significant utility in ascertaining the various types of information that might be important in object identification and recognition tasks. This utility suggests that, given some mapping between ranges of spatial frequencies and different types of psychological information, it should be possible to examine the roles of these different types of psychological information by way of spatial frequency manipulations. One potential problem… CONTINUE READING

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