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  1. Explore Illusions. The Illusions Index is a fully searchable curated collection of illusions. Browse the illusions below to find out more. You can also search by keyword or by one or more pre-defined tags, which allow you to compare and contrast different types of illusions.
  2. Literal optical illusions are often produced by putting together a collection of multiple images. Each individual image may be easy to see, but the images together may look very different than the originals.
  3. C'est étrange mais les yeux voient parfois ce qu'ils veulent . Ce kit te permettra de découvrir les miracles de l'optique.
  4. C’est dans ce ce cadre que sont approchés la maladie d’Alzheimer et les syndromes apparentés. Il faut savoir que les seniors qui souffrent d’une altération des capacités cognitives risquent une aggravation annuelle de 10 à 15% alors que les personnes âgées en bonne santé ne connaîtront cette dégradation qu’au rythme annuel de 1 à 2%.
  5. LE SYNDROME CORDONNAL POSTÉRIEUR Il est défini par l’atteinte des cordons postérieurs. Le syndrome sensitif est homolatéral à la lésion médullaire, souvent bilatérale. Les symptômes sensitifs sont souvent au premier plan, paresthésies intenses, à prédominance distale ou étendues. Les douleurs cordonnales postérieures réalisent desFile Size: 1MB.
  6. Illusion, a misrepresentation of a “real” sensory stimulus—that is, an interpretation that contradicts objective “reality” as defined by general agreement. For example, a child who perceives tree branches at night as if they are goblins may be said to be having an illusion.
  7. Mirror Box Illusion. The Mirror Box Illusion (MBI) is one of the most famous crossmodal illusions (Ramachandran and Altschuler, ; Lamont et al., ).The MBI is generated by a visual-motor conflict: when participants move one hand in front of a parasagittal mirror, while the other hand is kept behind the mirror, hidden from view, they may experience the illusion of symmetrical bimanual Cited by:
  8. “The Illusion Called Diseases” Vol. I: The Great Lymphatic System. TRUE HEALING. Understanding the Great Lymphatic System. One must understand why man is seeing so little CURING of their ailments these days, by most of the so-called “Health” Care Systems that .

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