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alpha movement

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

A form of apparent movement that is produced when stimuli of different sizes, such as bars of different lengths, are presented in an alternating pattern with an interstimulus interval of...

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apparent motion

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

A sensation of movement in the absence of actual movement, especially a class of visual illusions that arise when two visual stimuli a few centimetres apart are exposed or displayed in an...

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beta movement

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology — Media Studies.

A form of apparent movement that is produced when identical stimuli are presented in an alternating pattern with an interstimulus interval of about 60 milliseconds, the visual illusion...

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gamma movement

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

A form of apparent movement that is elicited when a stimulus is presented in an alternating pattern of high and low illumination or brightness, with an interstimulus interval of about 60...

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gestalt psychology

Overview page. Subjects: Medicine and Health — Psychology.

A school of psychology concerned largely with emergent Gestalt phenomena in perception. Its forerunners were the German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832), the Austrian physicist,...

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Max Wertheimer

Overview page. Subjects: Philosophy.

(1880–1943)

Max Wertheimer was born on 15 April 1880 in the German-speaking enclave of Prague, Austro-Hungarian empire (now Czech Republic) and died on 12 October 1943 in New...

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optimal movement

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

A form of apparent movement, indistinguishable from real movement, that occurs when two visual stimuli a few centimetres apart are presented in an alternating pattern with an interstimulus...

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partial movement

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A form of apparent movement that occurs when two visual stimuli a few centimetres apart are presented in an alternating pattern with an interstimulus interval too long for the stimuli to...

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phi phenomenon

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

Another name for phi movement. It is also applied to apparent movement in general, but this is avoided in careful usage because it blurs the distinction between phi movement and other forms...

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