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Faces in Places

Monday, 15 October 2007

From m@pestaartje's Flickr stream.

posted by Jody @ 20:42,


At 16 October 2007 at 17:20, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there

I wonder - would you mind if I directed my Psychology students to your blog during my lecture on vision? The pictures here are a really nice illustration of how the fusiform face area (part of the brain) allows us to perceive face-like stimuli as faces despite not actually being real faces at all.

Hope this is okay - please drop me a line at CJAtherton (at) uclan dot ac dot uk.

Thank you!

At 16 October 2007 at 23:06, Blogger Jody said...

It would be a pleasure if you direct your students to my blog. Nice to know that it's not only silly, but can also be considered academic.


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