How does your brain recognize faces?

Though names often escape us, most people are able to remember at least something about the facial features of people they meet, even briefly. But there are people who are not able to distinguish one face from another. Now, neurologists have identified two clusters of nerves that make up a part of the brain responsible for how we identify facial features.

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