The ability to imagine or recall visual imagery.
An internalized awareness that is difficult to convey through words.
Using a word in a manner opposite to its normal usage. Eg. The Chihuahua was named Goliath.
An uneasiness experienced when concurrently holding conflicting beliefs.
A reference to an event, literary work or person.
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When trying to solve a problem creates new problems that reinforce the original problem.
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A linguistic mechanism to forcibly make a point by detailing the subject's content in multiple ways.
Sanskrit for 'Life Force.' The sum total of all energy present in the universe.
A preference for information that supports one's pre-existing values.
A phenomenon that occurs when a visual alteration goes unnoticed by an observer.
An event or object perceived without the use of the senses.
To make an idea less important that it really is. Eg. The hurricane disrupted traffic.
CURSE OF KNOWLEDGE
Becoming less able to explain an idea the more one knows about it.
The ability to perceive a continuous and stable world, despite viewing it via a rapid series of fixation points.
PICTURE SUPERIORITY EFFECT
When ideas make a deeper impression when presented visually rather than verbally.
Bi-directional text, where every other line is written in an opposite direction, with reversed letters.
From the intelligence world. The thorough, fictional backstory developed for an operative.
The perception of something in a sense different from where it was actually sensed by the body.
A rhetrorical term for repeating a word or expression for emphasis. Eg. “Love, real love, takes time.”
A transaction in which one party has more or better knowledge than another.
Mistakenly believing choices are limited, while overlooking at least one alternative option
The ability of the human brain to change itself by altering its own neural connections
A variety or use of language that is unique to a person.
A figure of speech in which opposite ideas are articulated by using words that contrast with each other. Eg. “One small step for a man, one giant leap for all mankind.”
OFF THE GRID
To avoid all recordable forms of commerce, including reliance on common public utilities.
A change in perception or behavior after exposure to a stimulus.
An ancient symbol visualizing a serpent swallowing its own tail. Among other things, it may represent an infinite, cyclical system of destruction and rebirth.
The unconscious processing of sensory information before becoming consciously aware of one's environment.
The philosophy that only the present exists, thus, the past and future are not real.
Temporarily in abeyance, yet capable of being activated.