Does low-level orientation sensitivity predict high-level face identification?

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Face identification is primarily tuned to horizontal orientations. When asked to categorize or discriminate between facial identities, observers reach highest performance for upright faces filtered along the horizontal orientation axis. Sensitivity drops along oblique orientations until it reaches lowest performance for the vertical orientation. Observers show a high degree of inter-individual var...

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