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Zollner Illusion - What Is the Zollner Illusion - Psychology - About.com
In the Zollner illusion, the lines appear to move even though they are static. Learn more about the Zollner Illusion. Page 3.
Kanizsa Triangle - The Kanizsa Triangle Illusion - Psychology
The Kanizsa Triangle illusion was first described in 1955 by an Italian psychologist named Gaetano Kanizsa. In the illusion, a white equilateral triangle can be ...
Ponzo Illusion - What Is the Ponzo Illusion - Psychology - About.com
In the Ponzo illusion, two identically sized lines appear to be different sizes when placed over parallel lines that seem to converge as they recede into the ...
Hermann Grid Illusion - Psychology - About.com
In the Hermann grid illusion, white spaces appear to shift between white and gray . Learn more about possible explanations for how the Hermann grid illusion ...
Optical Illusions - Optical and Visual Illusions Gallery - Psychology
What is an optical illusion? Optical illusions, more appropriately known as visual illusions, involves visual deception. Due to the arrangement of images, effect of ...
Illusion - What is an Illusion
Definition: An illusion is any magical effect that to the spectator looks impossible, but is accomplished through real-world means. Illusion is often applied to the ...
The Moon Illusion: Some Possible Explanations - Psychology
Why does the moon appear larger when it's on the horizon than it does higher in the sky? Learn more about how this fascinating illusion works.
The Müller-Lyer Illusion - How It Works - Psychology - About.com
In the Müller-Lyer Illusion, two lines appear to be of different lengths even though they are the same. Learn more about how this optical illusion works and what it ...
The Lilac Chaser Illusion - Psychology - About.com
The lilac chaser illusion demonstrates a number of different things about the visual system and the brain. Learn more about how this fascinating illusion works .
The Ames Room Illusion - Psychology - About.com
In the Ames room illusion, two people standing in a room appear to be of dramatically different sizes, even though they are the same size. How does the Ames ...
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