Symmetry perception in humans and macaques.

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Beck, D. M., Pinsk, M. A., & Kastner, S. (2005). Symmetry perception in humans and macaques. Trends Cogn Sci , 9 405-6.

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2005 Sep

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The human ability to detect symmetry has been a topic of interest to psychologists and philosophers since the 19th century, yet surprisingly little is known about the neural basis of symmetry perception. In a recent fMRI study, Sasaki and colleagues begin to remedy this situation. By identifying the neural structures that respond to symmetry in both humans and macaques, the authors lay the groundwork for understanding the neural mechanisms underlying symmetry perception.

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