Happy Faces: Pareidolia - Opposing Views

Happy Faces: Pareidolia

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The neuropsychological phenomenon by which the brain interprets vague images as specific ones is called Pareidolia. A good example of this is when you see faces or animals in clouds. You can pretty much "see" familiar objects in almost anything.

Here are a collection of happy faces. Do you see them all? Do you "feel" happy looking at them?

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