A Revised Neural Framework for Face Processing.

@article{Duchaine2015ARN,
  title={A Revised Neural Framework for Face Processing.},
  author={Brad Duchaine and Galit Yovel},
  journal={Annual review of vision science},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={393-416}
}
Face perception relies on computations carried out in face-selective cortical areas. These areas have been intensively investigated for two decades, and this work has been guided by an influential neural model suggested by Haxby and colleagues in 2000. Here, we review new findings about face-selective areas that suggest the need for modifications and additions to the Haxby model. We suggest a revised framework based on (a) evidence for multiple routes from early visual areas into the face… CONTINUE READING

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