Is the inversion effect in rhesus monkeys face-specific?

  • Parr L
  • Winslow J
  • Hopkins W
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Abstract

Abstract This study investigated the face inversion effect in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Face stimuli consisted of ten black-and-white examples of unfamiliar rhesus monkey faces, brown capuchin faces, and human faces. Two non- face categories ...

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  • Expertise effect
  • Face recognition
  • Inversion
  • Macaca mulatta
  • Matching-to-sample

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Authors

  • L. A. Parr

  • J. T. Winslow

  • W. D. Hopkins

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