You can also add noise to faces. The noise can end up telling you how we represent different personality types.
In the above picture, Gosselin & Schyns (2003) repeatedly presented people with white noise, telling them some images contained the letter "S" (though none did). When they averaged the noise fields that were thought to contain "S", the letter appeared. Moreover, the font of this "S" corresponded the operating system each person tended to use.
Been lurking here for a couple of weeks; might as well do a proper introduction now.
Got a physics PhD years back, but working in the electronics industry now.
I'm your run-of-the-mill linux and FOSS enthusiast (for over 20 years now). Switched over to linux permanently a couple of years ago.
For some reason I seem to be running mostly ARM hardware these days (several RPIs, pinebook pro, pinephone).
I finished writing my Ph.D. dissertation today, and will likely have some free time now. The #100DaysToOffload by @kev seems like a good exercise in developing regular writing habits, so I started today. Hopefully I can develop enough worthwhile thoughts to write about.
I've also conducted brain scans showing that cannabis users exhibit greater activity in the cingulate cortex in response to rewards, which is tied to inhibition.