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Unformatted text preview: b. relative height. c. continuity. d. linear perspective. 4. The fact that we recognize objects as having a consistent form regardless of changing viewing angles illustrates: a. interposition. b. relative luminance. c. perceptual constancy. d. the McGurk effect. 5. The Moon illusion refers to our tendency to perceive the Moon as unusually: a. large when it is near the horizon. b. large when it is high in the sky. c. bright when it is near the horizon. d. bright when it is high in the sky....
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