Saturday, December 27, 2008

Humans and chimps use similar brain regions

ScienceDaily (2008-12-27) --

Chimpanzees recognize their pals by using some of the same brain regions that switch on when humans register a familiar face. The study -- the first to examine brain activity in chimpanzees after they attempt to match fellow chimps' faces -- offers new insight into the origin of face recognition in humans, the researchers said.

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