I wasn't sure if this was a J function thing or if all functions make similar identifications, but if this is true then could you explain them to me?
For instance, when sees a face of someone, the identification based on that might be, this person looks like this person, or X function says this person is an "old lady". A good example is, my friend didn't get a joke about a celebrity thats been going on for the past 10 years, because he assumed the joke was just about an "old man," and that everyone laughed because it was about simply an "old man." Would there be the actual function responsible that identifies the "face" as the actual name of that person. *Looks at face* "That's Britney Spears, oh goodie." Or a function that best identifies that "old man" as a joke first rather than the actual person, say looking at George Bush and having a certain idea come to mind way before other aspects of himself, life history or events you've watched on TV, or that he looks like a monkey, etc. It's hard to tell if this is distributed by function, but if it is, then what functions have tendency to do what?