Passive and active recognition of one's own face.

  title={Passive and active recognition of one's own face.},
  author={Motoaki Sugiura and R. Kawashima and Kazumi Nakamura and Ken Okada and Takashi Kato and Akinori Nakamura and Kentaro Hatano and Kosuke Itoh and Satoshi Kojima and Hiroshi Fukuda},
  volume={11 1},
Facial identity recognition has been studied mainly with explicit discrimination requirement and faces of social figures in previous human brain imaging studies. We performed a PET activation study with normal volunteers in facial identity recognition tasks using the subject's own face as visual stimulus. Three tasks were designed so that the activation of the visual representation of the face and the effect of sustained attention to the representation could be separately examined: a control… CONTINUE READING

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