Researchers reveal a horse can read and remember people's emotional facial expressions.
Researchers report the amygdala may play a bigger role in facial recognition than previously thought. According to a new study, the amygdala responds more specifically to images of the face than the fusiform face area does.
Study reveals both similarities and differences in how the left and right sides of the brain process semantic memory.
University of Cambridge researchers report sheep can be trained to recognize different faces from photographs and can identify their handler in a photo without prior training.
Whether we are consciously aware of seeing a familiar face and object or not, our brains actively notice. A new study sheds light on the nature of conscious perception.
Key brain areas associated with facial recognition were absent in monkeys who were temporaily deprived of seeing faces while growing up, a new study reports. The findings suggest experience and exposure is key to the brain's ability to recognize faces.
Could it be possible to judge a person's socioeconomic status by simply looking at their face? A new study revels that people can accurately assess whether a person is rich or poor, but only when the person displays a neutral face that is void of a smile or emotion.
Researchers report fetuses at 34 week gestation will turn their heads and pay more attention to face like shapes.