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Global shape information increases but color information decreases the composite face effect

Bibliographic reference Retter, Talia L ; Rossion, Bruno. Global shape information increases but color information decreases the composite face effect. In: Perception, Vol. 44, no.5, p. 511-528 (2015)
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