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Fig. 5 | BMC Psychology

Fig. 5

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

Fig. 5

Results of the emotion recognition task. In the task, one face was shown at a time (happy, angry, fearful, sad, disgusted, surprised or neutral) and had to be labeled in a 7-way forced-choice decision. The figure shows the percentage of correct responses for 17 unmatched male control participants in blue and for J in red. J scores 88% correct, making her the second-best performing participant in the sample. Control data were taken from [51]; stimuli were taken from the NimStim database [52]

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