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How the brain recognizes familiar faces

  • Sun, 13 Aug 2017 07:17
Scientists have located two areas in the brain that help us recognize familiar faces. The discovery will help them delve deeper into the relationship between face recognition, memory, and social knowledge. All Top News -- ScienceDaily

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