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How 'special' is the human face? Evidence from an audiovisual temporal order judgment task.

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Upright and inverted audiovisual video clips of a monkey producing a 'coo' and a human imitating this vocalization were presented at a range of stimulus onset asynchronies. Participants made temporal order judgments regarding which modality stream appeared to have been presented first. The results showed that inverting the dynamic human visual display led to a significant differences in the point of subjective simultaneity, with the inverted human faces requiring more time to be processed com...

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Vatakis, A More by this author
Journal:
Neuroreport
Volume:
18
Issue:
17
Pages:
1807-1811
Publication date:
2007-11-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1473-558X
ISSN:
0959-4965
URN:
uuid:c20a9e79-5b6b-45d9-acc6-5478ce98a65e
Source identifiers:
29591
Local pid:
pubs:29591

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