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Does the fusiform face area contain subregions highly selective for nonfaces?

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Figure 1: Comparison of results reproduced from Grill-Spector et al. with non-independent and independent analyses of data from FFA and non-brain regions of interest.

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Baker, C., Hutchison, T. & Kanwisher, N. Does the fusiform face area contain subregions highly selective for nonfaces?. Nat Neurosci 10, 3–4 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/nn0107-3

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