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Selectivity of Face Perception to Horizontal Information over Lifespan (from 6 to 74 Year Old)

Bibliographic reference Goffaux, Valérie ; Poncin, Aude ; Schiltz, Christine. Selectivity of Face Perception to Horizontal Information over Lifespan (from 6 to 74 Year Old). In: PLoS One, Vol. 10, no. 9, p. e0138812 (2015)
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