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In Gestalt psychology, the mutual influence of parts of the visual field, a typical example being the influence of two adjacent patches of colour on each other in simultaneous colour contrast, other areas of the visual field not affecting the phenomenon. [From Old French apertenir to appertain, from Latin appertinere to appertain, from ad to + pertinere to belong]

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