Answer to Dictation 1
If you have ever imagined a face in an inanimate object.
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Answer to Dictation 2
This is the tendency to see a pattern or meaning in something.
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Answer to Dictation 3
Seeing faces in everyday objects is a common experience.
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Answer to Dictation 4
Many of us perceive a smiley face in the clouds or in the froth of a cappuccino.
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Answer to Dictation 5
Some similarities in how we recognise both human and false faces.
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Answer to Dictation 6
In the study 17 volunteers looked at a series of illusory and human faces.
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Answer to Dictation 7
They had to rate the strength of emotional attachment they felt.
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These objects are not truly faces yet the perception of a face lingers.
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Answer to Dictation 9
The brain sees two things at once and we focus more on the image of a face.
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Answer to Dictation 10
The first impression of a face does not give way to the second perception.
See the happy faces lesson for the whole text.
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