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The time course of visual competition to the presentation of centrally fixated faces
Journal of Vision
A recent event-related potential (ERP) study showed that the occipitotemporal component N170 recorded to a face stimulus appearing in the peripheral visual field is strongly reduced when subjects are concurrently fixating another face stimulus. This suggests that concurrently presented face stimuli compete for neural representation in the occipitotemporal cortex between 100 and 200 ms following stimulus onset. We tested whether this competition can be observed for a foveally presented facedoi:10.1167/6.2.6 pmid:16522142 fatcat:e6hqbuu2ujahdhehh7oc366aba