Alison Campbell presents talk at OPAM 2020

November 19, 2020  At Virtual OPAM 2020, Alison will present a series of experiments we conducted to test whether visual masks can be manipulated to disrupt face identity processing at different levels of the visual hierarchy. OPAM 28 will be held online on November 28-29 and registration is free! 

Campbell, A. & Tanaka, J. W. Conscious visual perception of face identity requires at least 33 ms of uninterrupted low-level processing and 100 ms of uninterrupted high-level processing. Talk Session 4, Thursday November 19, 2:45 pm CST for live talk and Q & A session.