Contrast- and illumination-invariant object recognition from active sensation

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Rentschler, Ingo; Osman, Erol; Jüttner, Martin;
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    mesheuropmc: genetic structures

It has been suggested that the deleterious effect of contrast reversal on visual recognition is unique to faces, not objects. Here we show from priming, supervised category learning, and generalization that there is no such thing as general invariance of recognition of ... View more
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