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The authors propose that repetition priming of familiar face recognition occurs at two distinct loci.
Early face recognition abilities are thought to be served by a subcortical system, which is replaced by an experience-dependent cortical system.
These people already know what you look like, so adding your image for face recognition offers no benefit.