anomalous perception


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anomalous perception

1. An infrequently used synonym for extrasensory perception or the mindfulness of experiences that are not perceptible with the physical senses..
2. The subjective experience of one of the five senses when another sense is stimulated, e.g., the sensing of poetry as color, or sound as taste.
See also: perception
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The non-uniformity introduced by the lack of inter-frame consistency may produce unpleasant results, or even further undermine an already anomalous perception. Machado and Oliveira[15] present a temporally coherent method for contrast enhancement, though their technique seems aimed at data visualization, thus has not focused on preserving naturalness.
Instead, we must shape our scientific approach to study anomalous perception without sacrificing the free movement of the mind that enables it.
This theory explains why people all over the world engage in similar repetitive, hypnotic, religious rituals and why the types of ESP, apparition, out-of-body experiences, and other forms of anomalous perception are so sim ilar: the biological basis for hypnotic and anomalous experiences generate cross-cultural uniformities.
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