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Psychologists Find Skill in Recognizing Faces Peaks After Age 30


December 21, 2010

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Scientists have made the surprising discovery that our ability to recognize and remember faces peaks at age 30 to 34, about a decade later than most of our other mental abilities. Full Story

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