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Results: no difference between types of stimuli Cave and Kosslyn's Conclusion: overall shape is encoded first, then the parts opposite conclusion of Recognition by Components theory Criticisms: all stimuli have long exposure durations therefore, the recognition of overall shape is encoded with the aid of top-
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Unformatted text preview: down processing • at shorter exposure durations, Recognition by Components theory is supported Neurological Evidence : (Humphreys & Riddoch, 1987) John - 'associative agnosia' unable to combine local parts of objects (geons) correctly into recognizable objects...
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