Face symmetry perception in LOC: A study with fMR adaptation

Gökçay, Didem
Yildirim, F.
Yildirim, G.


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Recognition memory - a type of episodic memory in long term memory - is known in the literature to be affected by emotion, aging and the modality of the presented stimuli. The major aim of this study was to investigate whether emotional stimuli enhances recognition memory. Another goal was to observe whether modality and aging effects are present and differentiable in a non-Western subject sample. In literature, emotion studies were based on mainly two dimensions of emotions: valence and arousal. However, t...
Citation Formats
D. Gökçay, F. Yildirim, and G. Yildirim, “Face symmetry perception in LOC: A study with fMR adaptation,” PERCEPTION, pp. 23–24, 2014, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/55982.