is an abbreviation used for marlowe-crownes social desirability scale.
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are large neurons which can be found between the two most ventral layers of the lateral geniculate nucleus. Otherwise known as M-ganglion cells.
is a characteristic displayed by the determination to achieve their aim or goal by means including deliberate deception.
is an visual phenomena during which there is a visible contrast produced by two or more adjacent rectangular grey images which differ in lightness.
is a piece of card which is used to demonstrate the contrast seen in Mach Bands where two grey rectangular objects are placed adjacent to each other producing a contrast across the card.
the measure of the degree which individuals will tolerate the active use of manipulation and deceit in pursuit of their goal.
is a visual phenomena where you mistake depth in the movement of an object image in your field of view when it actually only moves in two-dimensions, such as a pendulum.
first proposed by Czech-born Austria physicist Ernst Mach, who implied that our experiences define our understanding and knowledge but that sensations do not always represent the reality of an external world.
(1469-1527), Italian political theorist]
a hypothesis which explains the development of intelligence was a result (primarily) of the desire for power. First proposed by Niccolo Machiavelli.