Illusion

  • 161 illusion des sosies —    A French term proposed in 1923 by the French psychiatrist Jean Marie Joseph Capgras (18731950) and his intern Jean Reboul Lachaux to denote what would later come to be known as Capgras syndrome (i.e. illusion of doubles). The expression… …

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  • 162 illusion of the senses —    A term introduced in or shortly before 1832 by the French alienist Jean Etienne Dominique Esquirol (1772 1840) to denote an illusion that has a bearing on one or more objects present in the external world. Esquirol uses the term in opposition… …

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  • 163 Illusion of asymmetric insight — The illusion of asymmetric insight is a cognitive bias that involves the fact that people perceive their knowledge of others to surpass other people s knowledge of them. The source for this bias seems to stem from the fact that observed behaviors …

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  • 164 illusion, arguments from — Arguments from illusion take as premises either the existence, or the possibility, of illusions, and draw as conclusions either the possibility of total illusion, or scepticism concerning claims to knowledge. Thus the senses sometimes deceive us …

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  • 165 illusion optique — optinė apgaulė statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. optical illusion vok. optische Täuschung, f rus. обман зрения, m; оптическая иллюзия, f pranc. illusion optique, f …

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  • 166 Illusion d'une quantité fixe de travail — Sophisme d une masse fixe de travail Le sophisme d une masse fixe de travail (en anglais : lump of labour fallacy) est un sophisme économique qui repose sur l hypothèse que la demande de travail (ou offre d emploi) serait une quantité fixe… …

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  • 167 Illusion de savoir — L illusion de savoir est un biais cognitif (biais de jugement) faisant qu un individu confronté à une situation en apparence identique à une situation commune, pour lui, réagit de façon habituelle, sans éprouver le besoin de rechercher les… …

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  • 168 illusion of comparative interpretation —    see psychical illusion …

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  • 169 illusion of corporeal displacement —    see body schema illusion …

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  • 170 illusion of corporeal transformation —    see body schema illusion …

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  • 171 illusion of immanence —    The term illusion of immanence comes from the Latin words illudere (to mock, to delude, to tempt) and immanere (to remain in). It was introduced in or shortly before 1940 by the French existentialist philosopher Jean Paul Sartre (19051980) to… …

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  • 172 illusion of the pierced hand —    Also known as hole in the hand. Both terms refer to a binocular illusion that can be induced by holding a small tube in front of one eye with one hand, while the palm of the other hand is placed with the ulnar edge touching the tube about 20… …

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  • 173 Illusion du changement — Changement Le changement est le passage d un état à un autre. Suivant la nature, la durée, l intensité de ce passage, on parlera d évolution, de révolution, de métamorphose, de transformation, de modification, de mutation (une transformation… …

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  • 174 Illusion's play — …

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  • 175 illusion of doubles —    see Capgras syndrome …

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  • 176 illusion of false recognition —    see Capgras syndrome …

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  • 177 illusion of doubles — see Capgras syndrome …

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  • 178 Illusion Factory — Hollywood …

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  • 179 illusion of doubles — Capgras syndrome …

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  • 180 Clustering illusion — Illusion des séries L illusion des séries (en anglais Clustering illusion) est la tendance à percevoir à tort des coincidences dans des données au hasard. Cela est du à la sous estimation systématique par l esprit humain de la variabilité des… …

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