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Theories of Object Recognition

The visual cortex, at the rear of the occipital lobe, is where visual stimuli are processed in the brain. One might assume that object recognition takes place here as well. In fact, object recognition processes are located in the inferotemporal cortex, at the base of the temporal lobe.

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Bart Everson & Elliott Hammer, PhD