What takes the brain so long: Object recognition at the level of minimal images develops for up to seconds of presentation time

9 Jun 2020Hanna BenoniDaniel HarariShimon Ullman

Rich empirical evidence has shown that visual object recognition in the brain is fast and effortless, with relevant brain signals reported to start as early as 80 ms. Here we study the time trajectory of the recognition process at the level of minimal recognizable images (termed MIRC)... (read more)

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