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Neuroscientists Rethink How the Brain Recognizes Faces


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Monkeys recognize faces

Monkeys can recognize faces thanks to a suite of neurons that identify particular facial features.

Credit: Solvin Zanki/naturepl.com

People can pick a familiar face out of a crowd without thinking too much about it. But how the brain actually does this has eluded researchers for years.

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