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Explaining category-related effects in the retrieval of conceptual and lexical knowledge for concrete entities: operationalization and analysis of factors
Face recognition is affected by similarity in spatial frequency range to a greater degree than within-category object recognition
The structure of three-dimensional object representations in human vision: evidence from whole-part matching
What is it that color determinants determine? The relation between the rorschach inkblot method and cognitive object-recognition processes
Computerized adaptation of The Placing Test for early detection of both mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease
A set of high quality colour images with Spanish norms for seven relevant psycholinguistic variables: the Nombela naming test
Looking at anything that is green when hearing "frog": how object surface colour and stored object colour knowledge influence language-mediated overt attention
Separate processing of texture and form in the ventral stream: evidence from FMRI and visual agnosia
Separate channels for processing form, texture, and color: evidence from FMRI adaptation and visual object agnosia
The effect of learned perceptual associations on visuomotor programming varies with kinematic demands
SEEMORE: combining color, shape, and texture histogramming in a neurally inspired approach to visual object recognition
The Bank of Standardized Stimuli (BOSS), a new set of 480 normative photos of objects to be used as visual stimuli in cognitive research
Ultra-rapid categorization of fourier-spectrum equalized natural images: macaques and humans perform similarly
Informational primacy of visual dimensions: specialized roles for luminance and chromaticity in figure-ground perception
The use of word-picture verification to study entry-level object recognition: further support for view-invariant mechanisms
Investigations of closure processes: what source-monitoring judgments suggest about what is "closing"
A mere exposure effect for transformed three-dimensional objects: effects of reflection, size, or color changes on affect and recognition
Roles of contour and surface processing in microgenesis of object perception and visual consciousness
The drawing of objects by a visual form agnosic: contribution of surface properties and memorial representations
Visual object categorization in birds and primates: integrating behavioral, neurobiological, and computational evidence within a "general process" framework
Similarity-based restoration of metrical information: different listening experiences result in different perceptual inferences
Processing context: Asymmetric interference of visual form and texture in object and scene interactions
Priming contour-deleted images: evidence for intermediate representations in visual object recognition
Common Dorsal Stream Substrates for the Mapping of Surface Texture to Object Parts and Visual Spatial Processing
On Colour, Category Effects, and Alzheimer's Disease: A Critical Review of Studies and Further Longitudinal Evidence
Developmental prosopagnosia and super-recognition: no special role for surface reflectance processing
Gradient representation and perception in the early visual system--a novel account of Mach band formation
Ultra-rapid categorisation of natural scenes does not rely on colour cues: a study in monkeys and humans
Contour junctions underlie neural representations of scene categories in high-level human visual cortex
The role of edge-based and surface-based information in natural scene categorization: Evidence from behavior and event-related potentials
The illiterate brain and the neuropsychological assessment: From the past knowledge to the future new instruments
Edge enhancement improves disruptive camouflage by emphasising false edges and creating pictorial relief
Recognition and use of line drawings by children with severe intellectual disabilities: the effects of color and outline shape
The L/M-opponent channel provides a distinct and time-dependent contribution towards visual recognition
Structural description theories: is RBC/JIM a general-purpose theory of human entry-level object recognition?
The role of surface information in object recognition: studies of a visual form agnosic and normal subjects
Revisiting Snodgrass and Vanderwart's object pictorial set: the role of surface detail in basic-level object recognition
Presentation-time measures of the effects of manipulations in colour space on discrimination of famous faces
The mere exposure effect is sensitive to color information: evidence for color effects in a perceptual implicit memory test
Effects of age and type of picture on visuospatial working memory assessed with a computerized jigsaw-puzzle task
Picture perfect: A stimulus set of 225 pairs of matched clipart and photographic images normed by Mechanical Turk and laboratory participants
The effects of color cues on typically developing preschoolers' speed of locating a target line drawing: implications for augmentative and alternative communication display design
Expert opinion in the identification of variables for the measurement of early recovery in adults with traumatic brain injury
Asymmetric Compression of Representational Space for Object Animacy Categorization under Degraded Viewing Conditions
The influence of color information on the recognition of color diagnostic and noncolor diagnostic objects
Reality-augmented virtual fluoroscopy for computer-assisted diaphyseal long bone fracture osteosynthesis: a novel technique and feasibility study results
The Role of Edge-Based and Surface-Based Information in Incidental Category Learning: Evidence From Behavior and Event-Related Potentials
When colours split from objects: The disconnection of colour perception from colour language and colour knowledge.
Effects of canonical color, luminance, and orientation on sustained inattentional blindness for scenes
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