TB6 Lecture 2 Overview; Neuropsychology of face recognition

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  • TB6 BB Lecture 2; Neuro-psychology of face recognition
    • Proso-pagnosia
      • Deficits
        • Specific to face-recognition v.s other visual stimuli?
        • Specific to identity v.s other facial features?
      • Key features
        • Specific to faces
        • Ventral stream damage (R)
        • Can recognise familiar people using other cues e.g voice
      • Within-Category recognition hypothesis
        • Can W-C-R be spared?
        • WJ - sheep study
    • Face perception
      • Dissociable deficits
      • Associable deficits
    • Functional neuroimaging and face perception
      • FFA
      • OFA
      • Methods
        • TMS
        • fMRI
    • A core neural network for face processing
      • Haxby et al (2000)
      • Inferior occipital gyri - perception of facial features
      • STS - dynamic aspects of a face
      • Lateral fusiform gyrus - invariant aspects e.g identity

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