Symmetry, Volume 9, Issue 8 (August 2017) – 41 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): The perception of symmetry has always been an intriguing subject for psychologists. We investigated what configurations people have in mind when they think of “symmetry”. Bilateral symmetry is modelled on a mirror reflection. Based on what psychologists have discovered on how people perceive and think of reflections, we hypothesized (and confirmed) that the configurations that people perceive and that aptly mentally represent “good examples” of symmetry reveal not only identicalness (e.g. A) but also opposition (e.g. A’). View this paper
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