Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: There’s a ‘Man in the Moon’: Why Our Brains See Human Faces Everywhere

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This shows the face on marsFace pareidolia, a phenomenon where the brain is tricked into seeing human faces in inanimate objects, may occur as a result of the brain processing the perceived facial expression in the same sequential way it perceives a human face.