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Of or relating to psychological processes that appear rational but are inaccessible to consciousness, especially the computational processes involved in perception. The word was coined by the Hungarian-born US psychologist Egon Brunswik (1903–55). See also Brunswikian. ratiomorphism n. [From Latin ratio reason + Greek morphe form]

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