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    "the human brain process upside-down images"

    "Itís known that the human brain process upside-down images in a different way than normal facial images."


    Isnít the word process here a verb preceding by a singular noun the human brain, please?

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    Re: "the human brain process upside-down images"

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    "It’s known that the human brain process upside-down images in a different way than normal facial images."


    Isn’t the word process here a verb preceding by a singular noun the human brain, please?
    Yes, it should be 'processes'.

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