Perceptual Paradoxes: Multisensory Science and Measurement

by: Thomas O'Brien

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Perceptual paradox activities challenge assumptions in ways that are both playful and mentally challenging and that point to the need for quantitative measurements. These activities also demonstrate that human meaning-making always involves both selective perception and active conception-making. Each of the experiments in this chapter serves as a unique visual participatory analogy for science education that can be discussed and critiqued.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 3/1/2010Stock # PB271X_4

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