simultaneous contrast

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si·mul·ta·ne·ous con·trast

the enhancement of the visual sensation of white when a white object is viewed adjacent to a black object; the black object also appears blacker as a result of the contiguity of white. Adjacent complementary colors also appear brighter; for example, green appears a brighter green and red a brighter red if these two colors are viewed side by side.
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In this regard, he also benefits from the contrast effect.
In fact, some studies have demonstrated reproducibility of the contrast effect by manipulating differential efforts, such as key pecking or traveling between two perches (e.
However, going against predictions, there was a contrast effect when there was a religious focus with the positive priming having the most negative influence.
Conventional liquid contrast agents may be easily dispersed and diluted in the body fluid or blood, rapidly losing its contrast effect.
Based on this, the contrast effect seems to be a contrastive reaction specifically to the Chinese prime which is very traditional.
Matte & Gloss can be applied to any design or color for a contrast effect where the gloss reflect light and the matte offers a subdued soft look.
For size contrast effect, take a picture of the supermoon with some distant structures in the foreground.
Irradiating spots, diagonal wisps and straight streaks', commented Alexander, 'are more familiar features on Jupiter than on Saturn; the bright projection may have been a contrast effect caused by the contiguity of the bright spot and the dark shadow.
Despite that the Figure 1 shows a decrease in the consume of the CLI 4 group, and this decrease would be the cause of the absence of the contrast effect in the CLI 32 group, the comparison between CLI 4 vs.
This phenomenon, often called the contrast effect, is caused by the difference between the past situations or stimuli and the present ones, thus affecting various individual cognitive processes such as performance appraisals and perceptions of the work environment (Highhouse et al.
Spatial contrast of colour is the contrast effect of two or more contrasted colour gamut, that is, the contrast effect of colouring areas.