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Brain Areas Work Together to Help Us Remember Faces

News   Apr 30, 2019 | Original story from the Society for Neuroscience

 
Brain Areas Work Together to Help Us Remember Faces

Figure 1. Individual centers of the seven ventral face ROIs. ATL - anterior temporal lobe face region (blue), FFA - fusiform face area (right - red, left - orange), OFA - occipital face area (right - green, left - yellow). Right amygdala shown in purple, left amygdala in cyan. Credit: Ramot et al., JNeurosci (2019)

 
 
 

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