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    • Hemispheric differences in memory search. 

      Madden, DJ; Nebes, RD (Neuropsychologia, 1980-01)
      Recent evidence suggests that memory demands contribute to visual field (VF) differences in tachistoscopic recognition. The present experiment examined VF differences in a memory-search paradigm using verbal stimuli (digits). ...
    • Spatial vision in the purple sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus (Echinoidea). 

      Yerramilli, D; Johnsen, S (J Exp Biol, 2010-01-15)
      Recent evidence that echinoids of the genus Echinometra have moderate visual acuity that appears to be mediated by their spines screening off-axis light suggests that the urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus, with its higher ...
    • The abstraction of form in semantic categories. 

      Rubin, DC; Stoltzfus, ER; Wall, KL (Mem Cognit, 1991-01)
      Undergraduates were asked to generate a name for a hypothetical new exemplar of a category. They produced names that had the same numbers of syllables, the same endings, and the same types of word stems as existing exemplars ...
    • The time course of shape discrimination in the human brain. 

      Ales, Justin M; Appelbaum, L Gregory; Cottereau, Benoit R; Norcia, Anthony M (Neuroimage, 2013-02-15)
      The lateral occipital cortex (LOC) activates selectively to images of intact objects versus scrambled controls, is selective for the figure-ground relationship of a scene, and exhibits at least some degree of invariance ...