Pareidolia and False Memories

http://faculty.washington.edu/eloftus/Articles/sciam.htm

I think one who see a person in the five aggregates are more neurotic than a one who see faces in things!

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Very true:

Costandi explains that the fact that neurotic people β€” who tend to be more tense, nervous, and emotionally unstable than non-neurotic people β€” seem to be predisposed for pareidolia is likely an evolutionary holdover: Their nerves put them on higher alert for threats, which may mean that they see danger where it actually isn’t.

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