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Investigating the effects of inversion on configural processing with an audiovisual temporal-order judgment task.

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Research has shown that inversion is more detrimental to the perception of faces than to the perception of other types of visual stimuli. Inverting a face results in an impairment of configural information processing that leads to slowed early face processing and reduced accuracy when performance is tested in face recognition tasks. We investigated the effects of inverting speech and non-speech stimuli on audiovisual temporal perception. Upright and inverted audiovisual video clips of a perso...

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Publisher copy:
10.1068/p5648

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Vatakis, A More by this author
Journal:
Perception
Volume:
37
Issue:
1
Pages:
143-160
Publication date:
2008
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EISSN:
1468-4233
ISSN:
0301-0066
URN:
uuid:8e73c8fc-59da-4515-a77d-bb37a027fed9
Source identifiers:
23031
Local pid:
pubs:23031

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