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Face memory deficits in patients deprived of early visual input by bilateral congenital cataracts.

Bibliographic reference de Heering, Adélaïde ; Maurer, Daphne. Face memory deficits in patients deprived of early visual input by bilateral congenital cataracts.. In: Developmental psychobiology, Vol. 56, no. 1, p. 96-108 (2012)
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