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An Unfamiliar Face

The following article is from Uncle John’s Factastic Bathroom Reader. (Image credit: Krisse) Ever hear the expression “I never forget a face”? Well, there are some people who never remember a face, and there’s a reason for it— a loose connection in the brain. BRAIN POWER There’s a part of your brain that processes faces. It’s located, according to MIT scientist Nancy Kanwisher, in the area “just behind and underneath, and a bit from your right ear.
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