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Understanding how the brain represents the identity of complex objects is a central challenge of visual neuroscience. The principles governing object processing have been extensively studied in the macaque face patch system, a sub-network of inferotemporal (IT) cortex specialized for face processing (Tsao et al., 2006). A previous study reported that single face patch neurons encode axes of a generative model called the 'active appearance' model (Chang and Tsao, 2017), which transforms 50-ddoi:10.1101/2020.06.07.111930 fatcat:kasnxsxm55dn7c4klearlriqa4