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revised What explains habitual or even occasional incidences of self-talk?
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comment What explains habitual or even occasional incidences of self-talk?
I mean the kind of self-talk where the terms like 'you' and 'me' are used. I edited the question a bit.
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comment Why do humans prefer symmetrical arrangement of objects?
@above I'm curious about all and any kind of arguments. It seems interesting that while natural laws dictate that the entropy (a measure of disorder) should increase with time, humans try to go against it.
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accepted Is Golden Ratio's association with perceived beauty a myth?
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comment Is Golden Ratio's association with perceived beauty a myth?
Thanks! That's an impressive list of refs. An explanation behind its current usage might be boosting human ego that our perception of beauty involves hi-fi math.
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comment Is Golden Ratio's association with perceived beauty a myth?
@PhilipSeyfi sorry, I was reading between the lines.
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comment Is Golden Ratio's association with perceived beauty a myth?
@PhilipSeyfi I checked skeptics.SE link before posting this here. That question asks if there is any evidence of the ratio's usage in Renaissance era, whereas I'm interested in knowing if there is any psychological basis for its usage, or it's just an assumption that nobody has disproved yet. Regarding history.SE link again it seems that the OP there wants to know "..how important it was historically.." and not if there are experiments to prove its importance.