TITLE

Recognition of Upright and Inverted Faces Presented to the Left and Right Visual Fields

AUTHOR(S)
Ellis, Hadyn D.; Shepherd, John W.
PUB. DATE
October 1976
SOURCE
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct1976, Vol. 9 Issue 8
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the recognition of upright and inverted faces presented to the left and right visual fields. Difference in the ability of normal subjects to respond 'same' or 'different' to a pair of faces displayed tachistoscopically according to field of presentation; Accuracy of recognizing faces on both fields; Special face specific recognition system in the right hemisphere which is sensitive to orientation.
ACCESSION #
4727289

 

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