In a nutshell, it is the ability to recognise a particular pattern of facial features, and to perform a series of complex mental calculations to see what the patterns mean, how to interpret them and how to react to them.
This is one of the most important aspects of facial fitness.
You can improve your accuracy with training.
You need to be able to recognize facial features.
And, in order to do this, you need to understand the facial features as they are.
It is the core of the human brain.
You don’t understand the way a particular face is made until you see it, study after study has shown.
So why is it so important to get this right?
Because you have to understand your facial features in order not to make mistakes.
You have to recognise your facial characteristics in order that you can understand how to respond to them and react to their meaning.
And you have have to use this knowledge to make a decision.
The ability to discriminate between correct responses and incorrect ones is essential for the ability not to have an error.
So, the ability is crucial for everything from your decision making to the ability for you to understand and respond appropriately to others.
The key thing is that you need the ability and the skills to make this decision.
And when you are trying to make decisions you need a good foundation in cognitive science.
It’s not about a lot of maths, it’s not just about being able to count to 10, it has to be about what you can do to understand what is being asked.
The cognitive science of facial perception is so rich, that it’s worth a lot to learn about it and understand its underlying ideas and how it is made.
If you’re interested in learning more about facial psychology, check out our book on the topic, Facial Psychology.