Composite faces and Navon letters: Similar global Phenomena different processing mechanisms

Published: 9 November 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ws7787j43v.1
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Daniel Fitousi

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The first data set is from a published paper by Fitousi: Fitousi, D. (2019). Global-to-local? Uncovering the temporal dynamics of the composite face illusion using distributional analyses. Frontiers in Psychology ,10, 2331, 1-17. The second data set is new and contains a replication of the classic experiment with Navon's figures (Navon, 1977). The two data sets were modeled with the linear ballistic accumulator model (Brown & Heathcote, 2008). The question of interest was whether global precedence phenomena are governed by similar mechanisms.

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Cognitive Psychology, Face Perception

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