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Что исследования работы мозга позволили узнать о восприятии лица человека и его экспрессий 135

Королькова О.А., кандидат психологических наук, старший научный сотрудник , Центр экспериментальной психологии, ФГБОУ ВО МГППУ, Москва, Россия, olga.kurakova@gmail.com

Аннотация

Представления о механизмах восприятия лица человека могут быть существенно дополнены рядом новых данных, полученных с помощью современных методов функционального картирования мозга. В обзоре приводятся результаты исследований, позволяющих уточнить функционирование распределенной мозговой системы, связанной с восприятием лица. Рассматривается проблема того, как соотносятся узнавание человека по лицу и определение его экспрессии. Анализируются механизмы восприятия статических и динамических лиц, а также лица в контексте действия. Подчеркивается необходимость усиления экологической валидности нейрокогнитивных исследований восприятия лица.

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