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A Qualitative Impairment in Face Perception in Alzheimer’s Disease: Evidence from a Reduced Face Inversion Effect

Bibliographic reference Lavallée, Marie Maxime ; Gandini, Delphine ; Rouleau, Isabelle ; Vallet, Guillaume T. ; Joannette, Maude ; et. al. A Qualitative Impairment in Face Perception in Alzheimer’s Disease: Evidence from a Reduced Face Inversion Effect. In: Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, Vol. 51, no.4, p. 1225-1236 (2016)
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