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As opposed to the contrast effect which relates to stimuli that are presented simultaneously or in immediate succession, the similar distinction bias constitutes a possible/partial explanation for the phenomenon that you conjecture: stimuli are experienced as more distinct when presented simultaneously than when they are presented separately. Another bias ...


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You might want to look at Multi-Agent System approaches in Artificial Intelligence. I know it's no review, but they simulate these kinds of interactions with agents, i.e. intelligent digital units, many hundreds or thousands of times. By replacing people with the agents, they do not need to find 1000 people to come by, if they want a vast amount of data. ...


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People love nature because truth, nature/natural experience, and reality go hand in hand. Nature provides serenity, beauty, and calm. Our world of experience is what gives us, and provides for, life. Ultimately and fundamentally, the integrated extensiveness (and sensibility) of being and experience go hand in hand, as the self represents, forms, and ...



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