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By H. D. Ellis (auth.), Hadyn D. Ellis, Malcolm A. Jeeves FRSE, Freda Newcombe, Andy Young (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9400944209

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Yet, the findings hold, and they were replicated by Ettlinger (1956) who noted that bilateral visual discrimination defects may follow unilateral cerebral lesions. Specifically, what both Bay and Ettlinger found was a slower and disrupted integration of the incoming information, even in brain-damaged patients with an intact occipital cortex. That is, temporal ablation, that did not invade the optic tract and did not result in any loss in visual- field perimetry, produced sensory deficits. More recently, Bodis-Wollner (1976) observed that psychophysical measurements of the detectability of sinusoidal gratings established that in the majority of patients detection of high spatial frequencies suffers most.

There is, moreover, some evidence that the two hemispheres may be differentially sensitive to the spatial-frequency contents of a face. Given the critical role of low frequencies in any processing of faces, one might expect the right hemisphere to contribute in a dominant manner to face perception and recognition. On the other hand, the contribution of the left hemisphere may become apparent in tasks that benefit from the processing of high frequencies, such as an identification, which suggests that both hemispheres are involved in the perception of faces.

Similarly, in memory work, researchers ignore the perceptual input to memory. We believe that much recent research on connectionist models has demonstrated that a distributed memory model provides a useful construct for memory. This is particularly true for recognition memory of images. So, we assumed that each face was stored in a correlation matrix which limited connecti vi ty. We tested two different assumptions about what the visual system sent to the memory system. One was raw-pixel intensities.

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