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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYCH 2E03
Professor
Gautam Ullal
Semester
Fall

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November 14 , 2012 Psych 2E03: Sensory Processes Face Perception (1) Random categories of questions on ‘face’ perception - is face special - is there a special face area - what aspects of face does the brain perceive most - my face, a face in my family, a face in my community, a face outside my culture… are they different - social, emotional aspect of a face - what does an autistic child see in a face - how about grandmother cells - what makes someone more attractive Perceiving Faces in Newborns - experiment by Morton and Johnson  stimuli were presented to newborns an hour after birth and were moved left to right  scorers watched the videotape of the infant, and reported that infants looked at the moving face more than other stimuli  newborns tested within an hour after birth: stimuli were moved left- right, eye movements were videotaped, the eyes showed preferential movement towards face-like stimuli than to scrambled face-like
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