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Recent work using cluster analysis of brain activity during movies revealed distinct clusters that respond to faces and different non-face categories in the fusiform face area (FFA). Because of the limited heterogeneity observed, these results could mean that the FFA contains one population of cells capable of representing multiple categories.
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