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Recognition of non face objects, designed to require the same stimulus processing as that for faces, show only minimal effects of differences in contrast polarity or orientation direction

Nederhouser, Marissa and Mangini, Michael C. and Biederman, Irving (2004) Recognition of non face objects, designed to require the same stimulus processing as that for faces, show only minimal effects of differences in contrast polarity or orientation direction. In: 11th Joint Symposium on Neural Computation, May 15 2004, University of Southern California. (Unpublished) http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechJSNC:2004.poster018

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