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Faces and places: of central (and peripheral) interest

Nature Neuroscience volume 4, pages 455456 (2001) | Download Citation

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Early visual cortical areas are organized in retinotopic coordinates. Levy and colleagues now report that category-selective regions show a similar organization, with face-selective areas responding more to central stimuli and place-selective areas responding to peripheral stimuli.

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  1. Nancy Kanwisher is in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Science, MIT, NE 20-454, 3 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139, USA. ngk@psyche.mit.edu

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