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How the Thatcher illusion reveals evolutionary differences in the face processing of primates

Bibliographic reference Weldon, Kimberly B. ; Taubert, Jessica Anne ; Smith, Carolynn L. ; Parr, Lisa A.. How the Thatcher illusion reveals evolutionary differences in the face processing of primates. In: Animal Cognition, Vol. 16, no. 5, p. 691-700 (2013)
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