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I Bilateral damage to the human amygdala impairs retrieval of emotional and social information from faces. An important unanswered question concerns the speciªcity of the impairment for faces. To address this question, we examined preferences for a broad class of visual stimuli in two subjects with complete bilateral amygdala damage, both of whom were impaired in judgments of faces. Relative to controls, the subjects showed a positive bias for simple nonsense ªgures, color patterns,doi:10.1093/neucas/6.6.439-a fatcat:ezte7ca4g5g33fqfirll23fpfu