What has fMRI Taught us About Object Recognition ?

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Humans can effortlessly recognize objects in a fraction of a second despite large variability in the appearance of objects (Thorpe et al. 1996). What are the underlying representations and computations that enable this remarkable human ability? One way to answer these questions is to investigate the neural mechanisms of object recognition in the human brain… (More)

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