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Fig. 7 | BMC Psychology

Fig. 7

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

Fig. 7

Comparison of J’s performance for all major tasks. Differences in z-scores for all pairings of tasks are reported, with positive scores indicating higher performance for the tasks listed in the rows, compared to the tasks listed in the columns. Differences larger than two standard deviations are highlighted by stronger colors, with the given annotations indicating the numerical difference in z-scores. The emerging pattern suggests that J’s performance is impaired for tasks involving learning of multiple faces (CFMT 2 and 3), and the recognition of famous faces from their inner parts, compared to learning of a single face (CFMT 1) and the recognition of emotion, intention (Eyes test) and attractiveness in faces. CFMT: Cambridge Face Memory Test; Eyes test: Reading the mind in the eyes; BRLT: Bergen Right-Left Discrimination Test; LPS2-Visual: Leistungsprüfsystem 2 (“performance test system”, test of visuo-spatial skills)

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