Structural Encoding of Body and Face in Human Infants and Adults

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Most studies on visual perception of human beings have focused on perception of faces. However, bodies are another important visual element, which help us to identify a member of our species in the visual scene. In order to study whether similar configural information processing is used in body and face perception, we recorded high-density even-related… (More)
DOI: 10.1162/0898929055002481

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@article{Gliga2005StructuralEO, title={Structural Encoding of Body and Face in Human Infants and Adults}, author={Teodora Gliga and Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz}, journal={Journal of cognitive neuroscience}, year={2005}, volume={17 8}, pages={1328-40} }