Why the Brain Is Programmed to See Faces in Everyday Objects

Is it just me, or is that truck raising it’s eyebrow at me?

Ever wondered why our brains seem to recognize faces in everyday inanimate objects?

“Face pareidolia, the phenomenon of seeing face-like structures in inanimate objects, is a perceptual phenomenon that occurs when sensory input is processed by visual mechanisms that have evolved to extract social content from human faces.”

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