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Face inversion disrupts the perception of vertical relations between features in the right human occipito-temporal cortex

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Bibliographic reference Goffaux, Valérie ; Rossion, Bruno ; Sorger, Bettina ; Schiltz, Christine ; Goebel, Rainer. Face inversion disrupts the perception of vertical relations between features in the right human occipito-temporal cortex. In: Journal of Neuropsychology, Vol. 3, no. Pt 1, p. 45-67 (2009)
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