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Stanford psychologists discover new patterns of brain development in areas linked to reading and face recognition

Do children's brains really get thinner?

Deep brain stimulation modifies memory

You All Look Alike to Me’ is hard-wired in us

Kids and adults look at words and faces differently

Stanford study shows that tissue in the brain, rather than being lost, grows across childhood and may underlie better face recognition.

Using the Body and the Face to Recognize People 2013

Facial Recognition is More Accurate in Photos Showing Whole Person, 2013

Faces of Different Races Activate Different Brain Patterns,  Press Release at the Society for Neuroscience - 2009

Brain Scans Show How Memories Are Retrieved, 2005

Researchers Know What You Were About To Say; fMRI Used To Detect Memory Storage And Retrieva, 2005

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