The website says, "Both the background and foreground are equally strong". I don't know if that's true or not.I saw the vase first, only because it comprises more obvious surface area with more consistent geometry (so, it was a reaction based in gestalt psychology - building up the bigger picture of it more quickly). Otherwise, I think I would see faces over inanimate objects first, just because faces are a lot more interesting than inanimate objects. I highly doubt this has anything to do with T/F - I've always been obsessed with faces since I was little - however, perhaps if this was about identifying the emotion of the faces, some difference between Ts' and Fs' responses might prevail.
I think that could be right!Oh, that's interesting. Perhaps this has a more profound effect on dominant feelers and dominant thinkers? Since I'm a dominant perception type, this seemed to rub off in what I got out of it, maybe?