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Discrimination and association processes for faces and non-faces: The effect of rotation

Bäuml, Karl-Heinz ; Schnelzer, Maria ; Zimmer, Alf


Most current theories of face perception claim that inversion leaves the coding of non-face stimuli largely unaffected, while causing a qualitative change in the coding of faces. Empirical support for this hypothesis mainly stems from recognition studies which typically show a larger inversion decrement for faces than for other stimuli. Several recent studies using experimental paradigms that do ...


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