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2. In Rhodes et al (2010), which faces were pps better at discriminating between after adaptation?

  • Faces of the opposite race
  • The faces of the race adapted
  • Faces of their own race
  • The faces of the race not adapted to

3. In the temporal cortex, cell populations...

  • (most) are selective for view
  • All of the above
  • Generalise over size, position, orientation, lighting
  • Sensitivity to identity
  • Selective for the sight of faces

4. Which area in the visual system processes contours?

  • V2
  • AIT
  • V4
  • V1
  • PIT

5. What type of features are more important for recognising unfamiliar faces?

  • Configural features
  • External features
  • Internal features

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