Day (2006) summarised the key facts on illusory phenomena.
Scott (1986) established the most influential definition of gender in the field of history.
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"Apparent space and time vary in essentially the same manner when the spatial and temporal stimulus conditions are equivalent" (Day, 2006, p. 123).
According to Scott (1986, p. 1053), people “who would codify the meanings of words fight a losing battle”.
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Day, R. (2006). Two principles of perception revealed by geometrical illusions. Australian Journal of Psychology, 58(3), 123–128. https://doi.org/10.1080/00049530601087504
Scott, J. W. (1986). Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis. The American Historical Review, 91(5), 1053-1075. https://doi.org/10.2307/1864376