You can see the rock bed, but only a 20/15 person can find the dog.

In psychology, art, brain anatomy, and daily life, optical illusions are visual puzzles.  

It shows how the brain organizes and interprets visual data, making perception more complicated than staring in the mirror.   

You'll need to think critically, solve problems, and use qualitative and quantitative methods for this work.  

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Visual illusions are applied in psychology, neurology, art, and daily life.  

Graphic puzzles test our capacity to interpret conflicting information.   

How the brain reacts to optical illusions can increase our understanding of cognition, anatomy, and sensory processing.   

Visual research relies on optical illusions to reveal how healthy and damaged brains process visual data.  

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