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The Shift from Local to Global Visual Processing in 6- Year-Old Children Is Associated with Grey Matter Loss

Abstract : Background: A real-world visual scene consists of local elements (e.g. trees) that are arranged coherently into a global configuration (e.g. a forest). Children show psychological evolution from a preference for local visual information to an adult-like preference for global visual information, with the transition in visual preference occurring around 6 years of age. The brain regions involved in this shift in visual preference have not been described.
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Nicolas Poirel, Grégory Simon, Mathieu Cassotti, Gaëlle Leroux, Guy Perchey, et al.. The Shift from Local to Global Visual Processing in 6- Year-Old Children Is Associated with Grey Matter Loss. PLoS ONE, Public Library of Science, 2011, 6 (6), pp.e20879. ⟨10.1371/journal.pone.0020879⟩. ⟨hal-02951491⟩

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