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Introduction to the Neuropsychology of Visual Illusions
Visual perception of the world around us is a complex process, and one that allows your brain to make sense of what your eyes see. In this resource you will look at two popular visual illusions: the Hollow Face Illusion and the Café Wall Illusion and begin to understand how visual processing works.
• Begin to think about what causes visual illusions
• Begin to understand what visual illusions can reveal about visual perception
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