Understanding how unfamiliar faces become familiar

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Etchells, David B.;
(2017)

For most people, visual recognition of familiar faces is excellent and seems effortless, but recognition of unfamiliar faces is often poor. But how does an unfamiliar face become familiar? Seven behavioural and two event-related brain potential (ERP) experiments were ca... View more
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