NEW YORK, Nov 27 (Reuters Life!) - Giving your car a name and assigning it a personality may not be as offbeat as it seems, with researchers finding a scientific reason for this. A U.S.-Austrian study found many people see human facial features in the front of cars and ascribe them various personality traits, which is backed up by designers and filmmakers giving cars faces and personalities. Researchers from Florida State University and the University of Vienna said this was consistent ...
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