12 Jan 2012

How Does Our Brain Know What Is a Face and What's Not?


Objects that resemble faces are everywhere. Whether it’s New Hampshire’s erstwhile granite “Old Man of the Mountain,” or Jesus’ face on a tortilla, our brains are adept at locating images that look like faces. However, the normal human brain is almost never fooled into thinking such objects actually are human faces. (Credit: MIT)

Image found through an article published at:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/01/120109132705.htm

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