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Too real for comfort? Uncanny responses to computer generated faces
This paper proposes several perceptual, cognitive, and social mechanisms that have already helped address riddles like empathy, mate selection, threat avoidance, cognitive dissonance. Expand
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Sensitivity to the proportions of faces that vary in human likeness
This study measured human responses to varying facial proportions in people, androids, mechanical-looking robots, and two- and three-dimensional characters. Expand
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The relationship between reaction to sudden, intermittent movements and sounds and temperament.
Casual observations indicated that some cattle are more sensitive to sudden movement or intermittent sound than other cattle. Six commercial livestock auctions in two states and a total of 1,636Expand
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A note on hair whorl position and cattle temperament in the auction ring.
The objective of this study was to further describe the relationships between facial hair whorls and temperament in cattle. Cattle (n=1636) from six commercial cattle auctions in Colorado and TexasExpand
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The computer conquest of psychology
  • R. Green
  • Political Science, Psychology
  • 1967
A resilient body having opposed faces connected together by a wall to form a soap receiving chamber. Opposed straps attached to the body form a handhold for enabling a person to scrub his back withExpand
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Although it has been said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, studies in social and medical sciences indicate that certain facial and bodily proportions are perceived to be more attractiveExpand