chimeric face

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A facial portrait made by combining the left and right halves of the faces of two different people, used to study the functions of the cerebral hemispheres, especially in split-brain preparations, because fixation (1) on the midpoint leads to each half of the image being represented in the opposite cerebral hemisphere.

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