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    Contribution of Bodily and Gravitational Orientation Cues to Face and Letter Recognition 

    Barnett-Cowan, Michael; Snow, Jacqueline C.; Culham, Jody C. (Multisensory Research, 2015)
    Sensory information provided by the vestibular system is crucial in cognitive processes such as the ability to recognize objects. The orientation at which objects are most easily recognized — the perceptual upright (PU) — ...
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    The lemon illusion: seeing curvature where there is none 

    Strother, Lars; Killebrew, Kyle W.; Caplovitz, Gideon P. (2015)
    Curvature is a highly informative visual cue for shape perception and object recognition. We introduce a novel illusion—the Lemon Illusion—in which subtle illusory curvature is perceived along contour regions that are ...