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Recognizing emotion from facial expressions draws on diverse psychological processes implemented in a large array of neural structures. Studies using evoked potentials, lesions, and functional imaging have begun to elucidate some of the mechanisms. Early perceptual processing of faces draws on...
The face inversion effect (FIE) is defined as the larger decrease in recognition performance for faces than for other mono-oriented objects when they are presented upside down. Behavioral studies suggest the FIE takes place at the perceptual encoding stage and is mainly due to the decrease in...
Recent studies have begun to use functional neuroimaging techniques to examine the changes in brain activity that occur as humans learn new skills. This review outlines results from a number of imaging studies examining visual perceptual skill learning. Although the regions engaged during skill...
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