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In this exercise, the user must learn and recall the names and faces of the people they meet. As the level progresses, there will be additional information for each person they encounter, and there will be distracting faces as well.
The area of short-term memory is located in the lower part of the temporal lobe. It is essential for temporarily storing (a few seconds) an event before it is eventually preserved. The temporal area is part of the limbic system. Our temporal lobe also relates to facial cognition.
In this exercise, the user must correctly remember the face and name of a person and correctly place the face of a person with their name tag at a table. We see people with familiar faces every day. Facial recognition is important for remembering who our family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, and classmates are. It is an essential part of social cognition.
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