Configural and analytical processing of familiar and unfamiliar objects
Configural processing could develop for non-face visual objects as one becomes familiar with those objects through repeated exposure. To explore the role of familiarity in object recognition, we studied the effect of adaptation to a visual object (adapting stimulus) on the identification performance of other objects (test stimulus) while adapting and test stimuli were exactly the same, shared parts or were completely different. We used a subset of English alphabets (p, q, d and b) as familiar...[Show more]
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|Source:||Cognitive Brain Research 24.3 (2005): 436–441|
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