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Some People Are More Likely to See Faces in Things

Anyone can see the face of Jesus on a slice of toast, a rocky face on Mars, or a man in the moon. But although seeing nonexistent faces is generally quite common, some people may be more likely than others to experience the phenomenon: personality, sex, and emotional state may influence our tendency to perceive faces and other meaningful patterns when they don’t actually exist, according to new research presented earlier this month at the 19th annual meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness in Paris.

read more: Some People Are More Likely to See Faces in Things – braindecoder

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This entry was posted on September 3, 2015 by in Pareidolia.

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