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  1. Seeing Patterns and Sequences Slideshow

  2. Pragnanz The fundamental principle of gestalt perception is the law of prägnanz (German for conciseness) which says that we tend to order our experience in a manner that is regular, orderly, symmetric, and simple. Gestalt psychologists attempt to discover refinements of the law of prägnanz, and this involves writing down laws which hypothetically allow us to predict the interpretation of sensation, what are often called "gestalt laws"

  3. Pragnanz Laws • Law of Closure — The mind may experience elements it does not perceive through sensation, in order to complete a regular figure (that is, to increase regularity). • Law of Similarity — The mind groups similar elements into collective entities or totalities. This similarity might depend on relationships of form, color, size, or brightness. • Law of Proximity — Spatial or temporal proximity of elements may induce the mind to perceive a collective or totality. • Law of Symmetry (Figure ground relationships)— Symmetrical images are perceived collectively, even in spite of distance. • Law of Continuity — The mind continues visual, auditory, and kinetic patterns. • Law of Common Fate — Elements with the same moving direction are perceived as a collective or unit.

  4. Law of Closure

  5. Law of Similarity

  6. Law of Proximity

  7. Law of Symmetry - our minds tend to group data/information according to logical pattern recognitions.

  8. Law of Common Fate

  9.         BUT, Emergence, reification, multistability, and invariance are not separable modules to be modeled individually, but they are different aspects of a single unified dynamic mechanism

  10. Emergence

  11. Reification

  12. Multistability

  13. Invariance

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