[Face-research-list] query on HSF/LSF face processing and hemispheric asymmetries
gary at eng.ucsd.edu
Mon Jul 30 07:58:08 BST 2012
Hi folks -
I am looking for references hemispheric asymmetries in the spatial frequency processing of faces. I.e., what would be ideal would be experiments with brief presentations to a different hemi-fields of low or high-pass faces. I know about Sergent's 1985 paper and Young & Bion 1981. Things seem scarce after that.
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