PSY 101H Lecture 3 - o Facial recognition is usually right...

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PSY 101H Lecture 3 18:50 *Note: Chapter 5 core sections: whole chapter except section Motion Perception- What is it doing?* Split-Brain Effects  Language Areas o Areas that process language are Broca’s Area (word order, syntax) and  Wernicke’s Area (complex word meanings) o Language is usually left-lateralized  Object vs. Facial Recognition o Most objects are recognized in both temporal lobes
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Unformatted text preview: o Facial recognition is usually right lateralized Specifically in the right fusiform area (gyrus) (FFA) The Subtractive Method o Experimental condition baseline = difference Ex) Rate of neurons firing while looking at words rate of neurons firing while looking at a blank screen = rate of neurons firing that processes words 18:50 18:50...
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PSY 101H Lecture 3 - o Facial recognition is usually right...

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