Subject: Research Article | Memory | Cognitive Psychology | Anatomy | Learning | Perception | Head | Psychology | Face Recognition | Sensory Perception | Biology and Life Sciences | Cognition | Hippocampus | Neuroscience | Medicine | Brain | Vision | Q | Face | R | Learning and Memory | Social Sciences | Science | Mnemonics | Medicine and Health Sciences | Cognitive Science
Humans have a natural expertise in recognizing faces. However, the nature of the interaction between this critical visual biological skill and memory is yet unclear. Here, we had the unique opportunity to test two individuals who have had exceptional success in the Worl... View more
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