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A specific person's face is represented in the nervous system by the firing of a. a feature detector that fires specifically to that face. a group of...

A specific person’s face is represented in the nervous system by the firing of

a.    a feature detector that fires specifically to that face.

b.    a group of neurons that all respond only to that face.

c.    a group of neurons each responding to a number of different faces.

d.    a receptor in the retina that responds when the face is present.


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