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Face perception is whole or none : disentangling the role of spatial contiguity and interfeature distances in the composite face illusion

Bibliographic reference Laguesse, Renaud ; Rossion, Bruno. Face perception is whole or none : disentangling the role of spatial contiguity and interfeature distances in the composite face illusion. In: Perception, Vol. 42, no.10, p. 1013-1026 (2013)
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