Superior Face Recognition: A Very Special Super Power - Scientific American
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January - A study by researchers from Vanderbilt University published in Psychonomic Bulletin and Review has found that we are able to remember more faces compared to other objects and that faces are retained best in our short-term memory.
In the dual-process model, familiarity is a variable phenomenon, and recollection is an all or nothing response. Event related potentials reveal early abnormalities in face processing autism.
Recognizing and Remembering Faces
Cuevas, in Learning and Memory: Many researchers have argued that the brain processes faces quite separately from other objects — that faces are a special class.