Record number :
2291649
Title of article :
Ceiling effects make Hughes and Nicholson’s data analyses and conclusions inconclusive
Author/Authors :
Uttl، نويسنده , , Bob and Morin، نويسنده , , Alain، نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2010
Pages :
3
From page :
1135
To page :
1137
Abstract :
Hughes and Nicholson (2010) suggest that recognizing oneself is easier from face vs. voice stimuli, that a combined presentation of face and voice actually inhibits self-recognition relative to presentation of face or voice alone, that the left hemisphere is superior in self-recognition to the right hemisphere, and that recognizing self requires more effort than recognizing others. A re-examination of their method, data, and analyses unfortunately shows important ceiling effects that cast doubts on these conclusions.
Keywords :
VOICE , Self-recognition , FACE , laterality , Hemispheric specialization , Ceiling effects
Journal title :
Consciousness and Cognition
Serial Year :
2010
Link To Document :
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