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TMS to the TOS impairs scene but not object categorization
(Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2013-06)
Traditionally, it has been theorized that the human visual system identifies and classifies scenes in an object-centered approach, such that scene recognition can only occur once key objects within a scene are identified. ...
Own-age and own-sex biases in recognition of aged faces.
It is surprising how easily we are able to recognize people whom we have not seen in many years, somehow compensating for the aging-related facial changes that occurred. We measured the limits of the ability to recognize ...
Altered white matter structure in auditory tracts following early monocular enucleation
Purpose: Similar to early blindness, monocular enucleation (the removal of one eye) early in life results in crossmodal behavioral and morphological adaptations. Previously it has been shown that partial visual deprivation ...
Altered white matter connectivity associated with visual hallucinations following occipital stroke
Introduction: Visual hallucinations that arise following vision loss stem from aberrant functional activity in visual cortices and an imbalance of activity across associated cortical and subcortical networks subsequent to ...