Your brain uses two different areas to process visual information. Read on to learn how you process faces - and why you sometimes see them in places they don’t exist (like electric sockets)!

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Did you know that rainbows are actually beautiful optical illusions? We see them thanks to the reflection and refraction of light.

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Experiments, theories, and fun facts about the relationship between dish size and portion size.

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Your attitudes help you form and keep relationships. Learn more about how this works, and about how psychologists study attitudes.

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If you get seasick, it’s probably because what you see doesn’t match what you feel. So to understand motion sickness, you need to understand how your body senses motion.

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You have attitudes about nearly everything, including people, places, things, and experiences. Researchers have found that your attitudes are based on three key factors: evaluation, potency and activity (EPA).

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Ever get a song stuck in your head? Scientists don’t know exactly why earworms happen.

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How do you know what you're seeing is real? These Illusions bring about the truth! (Video courtesy of ASAPScience)

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Researchers at the University of California Berkley have constructed the first interactive map of how the brain organizes objects and actions.

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Déjà vu, the strange feeling of having experienced a situation before, has happened to most of us at some point in our lives.

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Answer the following questions: What colour is the number two? Is October on your left or on your right? What do you taste when you read a book?

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Marco Tempest is a techno-illusionist....a magician who integrates video, computer graphics and other innovative technologies in his performances.

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