Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Recognizing Familiar Faces Relies on a Neural Code Shared Across Brains

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This diagram shows how the brain processes visual information.Researchers report that within the visual processing areas, information about a personally familiar or visually familiar face is shared across the brains of those with the same friends or acquaintances. Additionally, shared information about personally familiar faces extends to areas of the brain implicated in social processing, suggesting there is shared social information across the brain.