Neurology

Brain Learns to Recognize Familiar Faces Regardless of Where They Are in Visual Field




Researchers report facial recognition varies by where they appear in the visual field, and this variability is reduces through learning familiar faces via social interactions. The study reports repeated social interactions tune visual neurons in the face processing network to enable consistent and rapid rapid recognition of familiar faces.

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