M. Brener, Faces, New York, Oxford: University Press of America, 2000, 372 p.

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geometrical forms. To explain these data, the author uses the facts obtained in 1997 by Nikolaenko, Egorov, and Fraiman. It turned out that the abstractness, brightlessness, fleshnessless, plane character of images, the profile orientation to the right and some other features of archaic drawings coincided with the modus of reflection of faces and three… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1025543004586

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@article{Nikolaenko2004MBF, title={M. Brener, Faces, New York, Oxford: University Press of America, 2000, 372 p.}, author={Nikolay N. Nikolaenko}, journal={Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology}, year={2004}, volume={39}, pages={259-260} }