Gap Fill - Happy Faces - Level 6


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If you have ever imagined a face in an object, your brain is engaged in a called pareidolia. This is the tendency to see a or meaning in something, where actually there is there. Seeing faces in everyday objects is a experience. Many of us perceive a face in the clouds, in the of a cappuccino, or in an object as mundane as an plug socket. Scientists from the University of Sydney in Australia conducted a study to investigate whether our brain processes these faces in the same way it does with real human faces. Their research suggests there are some similarities in how we recognise human and "false" faces.

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