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The amygdala is related to recognition of faces and emotions, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies have reported that the amygdala is habituated over time with repetition of facial stimuli. When subjects are presented repeatedly with unfamiliar faces, they come to gradually recognize the unfamiliar faces as familiar. To investigate the brain areas participating in the acquisition of familiarity to repeatedly-presented unfamiliar faces, we conducted an fMRI study in 16doi:10.1016/s1053-8119(03)00447-6 pmid:14642483 fatcat:mjp2rkqabvc4ve4wvrk6oau3cy