Isolating the Special Component of Face Recognition: Peripheral Identification and a Mooney Face
A previous finding argues that, for faces, configural (holistic) processing can operate even in the complete absence of part-based contributions to recognition. Here, this result is confirmed using 2 methods. In both, recognition of inverted faces (parts
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