SourceBehavioral and Brain Sciences, 24, 6, (2001), pp. 1135
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SW OZ DCC CO
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Pessoa et al. (1998) underexposed the broad and rich variety of stimuli in the amodal completion domain. The disambiguation of occluded shapes depends on very specific figural properties. Elaborations on such disambiguations of rich and complex stimuli, tied up with the visuo-cognitive origin of amodal completion, further position Pessoa et al.'s considerations on neural filling-in and the personal-subpersonal distinction.
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