Human Behavior (#111)
It's all in the eye of the beholder: Maddy and Martina investigate how unreliable human perception can be when they explore software that creates portraits based on people's descriptions of others' physical characteristics. Zohabiya and Christopher hold onto their hats for their stomach-churning investigations of people's reactions to roller coasters. [26 minutes]
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