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Fig. 2 | BMC Psychology

Fig. 2

From: The hidden identity of faces: a case of lifelong prosopagnosia

Fig. 2

Results of the Cambridge Face Memory Test (CFMT). J shows perfect performance when one face needed to be remembered and recognized (1st part), but is among the slowest and most inaccurate participants when six faces had to be remembered and recognized (parts 2 and 3). Averaged over all three parts of the CFMT, J answered 37 out of 72 items correctly (51%). On average, the control participants answered 59 items correctly, (SD = 7), so to be within 2 SDs at least 45 hits are needed

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