Uncovering the neural magnitude and spatio-temporal dynamics of natural image categorization in a fast visual stream.

@article{Retter2016UncoveringTN,
  title={Uncovering the neural magnitude and spatio-temporal dynamics of natural image categorization in a fast visual stream.},
  author={Talia L. Retter and Bruno Rossion},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2016},
  volume={91},
  pages={9-28}
}
Perceptual categorization occurs rapidly under natural viewing conditions. Yet, the neural spatio-temporal dynamics of category-selective processes to single-glanced, natural (i.e., unsegmented) images in a rapidly changing presentation stream remain unknown. We presented human observers with natural images of objects at a fast periodic rate of 12.5Hz, i.e., every 80ms. Images of faces were inserted every 3, 5, 7, 9, or 11 stimuli, defining stimulus-onset-asynchronies (SOAs) between 240-880ms… CONTINUE READING
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