A new study reveals our response to others is subconsciously connected to appearance and age. Researchers say the finding may shed light on why people tend to prefer the company of others in their own age groups.
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A new article questions what gives us purpose in life? Researchers speculate it is our drive to extract meaning from the world around us.
A new study sheds light on the mechanisms behind how humans recognize and distinguish between two types of visual information. The study provides insight into the level of visual processing where pareidolia, the human ability to see faces in inanimate objects, occurs.