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The upper-hemifield advantage for masked face processing: Not just an attentional bias.

Bibliographic reference Quek, Genevieve ; Finkbeiner, Matthew. The upper-hemifield advantage for masked face processing: Not just an attentional bias.. In: Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, Vol. 78, no.1, p. 52-68 (2015)
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