Brunswik faces

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Schematic drawings of faces, with simplified representations of eyes, nose, and mouth that can be varied from one face to another, used for research into perceptual discrimination and cognitive categorization. [Named after the Hungarian-born US psychologist Egon Brunswik (1903–55), who introduced them]

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