Gen Psych Lect 27

Gen Psych Lect 27 - Lecture 6: 02/04/09- Wed Rotated...

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L ec ture 6: 0 2 /04 / 09- W e d Rotated parallelogram has 3 asymmetries 1) the distinguishability between orientation of the shape and the environment 2) the distinguishability between adjacent angles of the shape; they are different sizes 3) the distinguishability between adjacent sides: they are different lengths. 1 st fundamental law of tension says that tension is the use of Asymmetry Principle. Therefore, there are exactly 3 types of tension in the rotated parallelogram. Furthermore, the laws allow us to precisely define what the 3 tensions are. 1) a tension that tries to reduce the difference between the orientation of shape and the orientation of the environment 2) a tension that tries to reduce the difference between sizes of adjacent angles 3) a tension tries to reduce the difference between length of adjacent sides (ie. Make them equal) 1.7: Tension in Curves tension comes from past history 1.8: Curvature Extremum curvature = the amount of bend Lecture 7: 02/09/09- Mon
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Gen Psych Lect 27 - Lecture 6: 02/04/09- Wed Rotated...

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