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Face distortion aftereffects evoked by featureless first-order stimulus configurations

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Vakli, Pàl ; Nèmeth, Kornèl ; Zimmer, Màrta ; Schweinberger, Stefan R. ; Kovács, Gyula
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After prolonged exposure to a distorted face with expanded or contracted inner features, a subsequently presented normal face appears distorted toward the opposite direction. This phenomenon, termed as face distortion aftereffect (FDAE), is thought to occur as a result of changes in the mechanisms involved in higher order visual processing. However, the extent to which FDAE is mediated by ...


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