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child art

Overview page. Subjects: Art — Psychology.

Children's drawings are often very beautiful. As the article about them in The Oxford Companion to Art says, ‘The art of children is not a vehicle for the greatest expression ...

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complementary colours

Overview page. Subjects: Art — Psychology.

Any pair of colours that produce white or grey when mixed in the correct proportions. There is an infinite number of such complementary pairs, but the following typical examples can be read...

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rebus

Overview page. Subjects: Art — Psychology.

A puzzle in which words are represented by combinations of pictures and individual letters; for instance, apex might be represented by a picture of an ape followed by a letter X.

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Weber-Fechner law

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology — Photography and Photographs.

Another name for Fechner's law, Fechner himself having called it Weber's law, acknowledging the contribution to its development of the German psychophysiologist Ernst Heinrich Weber (1795–...

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