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Hemispheric effects of canonical views of category members with known typicality levels

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Abstract: Is there a preferred hemispheric canonical view of a visual concept? We investigated this question in a natural superordinate category membership decision task using a hemi-field paradigm. Participants had to decide whether or not an image of an object lateralized in the left (LVF) or right (RVF) visual half field is a member of a predesignated superordinate category. The objects represented high, medium, or low typicality levels, and each object had 6 different perspective views (front, front-right, front-left, side, back-left, and back-right). The latency responses revealed a significant interaction of Hemi Field X View X Typicality (there was no hemi-field difference in accuracy). The findings confirm the presence of asymmetry in stored concepts in long-term memory and suggest, in addition, a hemispheric canonical view of these concepts, a view strongly related to typicality level.

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