Monthly Archives: December 2014

Bistable perception

Bistable perception is a phenomenon caused by a visual stimulus, which generates two different perceptions in the subject who sees it. Bistable perception instances result in particular from: – The Necker cube – the Rubin’s vase – The duck / … Continue reading

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An instance of one-sideness bias

Let us consider the following (in deductive form) instanceĀ of the one-sidedness bias, mentioned by Philippe Boulanger (2000, p. 3)1. Ulam estimates that if a company were to achieve a level of workforce large enough, its performance would be paralysed by … Continue reading

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Dual poles

The dual poles can de defined as neutral concepts, which come in pairs, and are such that each of them is defined as the opposite of the other. For example, internal can be defined as the opposite of external and … Continue reading

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