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Stretched faces remarkably easy to recognize [study]
Stretched faces remarkably easy to recognize [study] ● It can be difficult to recognize someone from a photo of their face if it’s turned upside-down, or presented as a negative. But what if the photos are distorted – fairground-mirror style? Or deliberately blurred? To find out, Dr Graham Hole and colleagues at the School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, ... [ click to read full item ]
National Funeral Directors Association Leadership Conference at Walt Disney World
National Funeral Directors Association Leadership Conference at Walt Disney World ● “So here’s the thing. Flight, taxes, death – they’re all connected to this event” explains the video for the National Funeral Directors Association Leadership Conference 2021. The bad news is that the deadline to attend the event has now expired. The good news is that there’s still time to book ... [ click to read full item ]
Music Sentiment and Stock Returns [new study]
Music Sentiment and Stock Returns [new study] ● If you fancy dabbling on the stock market, you might want to keep an eye on the Spotify charts. According to new research from The London Business School, Auckland University of Technology and the Audencia Business School, the measures of positive or negative mood which the music download choices indicate : ... [ click to read full item ]

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