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Holistic processing is finely tuned for faces of one's own race

Bibliographic reference Michel, Caroline ; Rossion, Bruno ; Han, Jaehyun ; Chung, Chan-Sup ; Caldara, Roberto. Holistic processing is finely tuned for faces of one's own race. In: Psychological Science, Vol. 17, no. 7, p. 608-615 (2006)
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