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What is the Flynn effect and how does it affect the IC?

Flynn Effect The Flynn effect describes the fact that the IQ scores of the general population change over time. And it is a fact that the results in the IQ tests have been constantly improving since the early twentieth century. Content 1 The origin of the Flynn Effect 2 What are the possible causes of the Flynn effect?
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The illusion of Müller-Lier

Look at the hat in the picture. Is it taller than wide? Or is it wider than tall? Solution The width of the hat is exactly equal to its height. The cause of the deception is based on the effect produced by two perpendicular segments that, even though they are equal, the vertical will always appear greater, in an approximate proportion of 30%.
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Who is the tallest?

If Pedro is shorter than Juan, and Raul taller than Juan, is Pedro shorter or taller than Raúl? Solution Pedro is the lowest of the three.
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60 phrases of Rubén Darío

Félix Rubén García Sarmiento (1867 - 1916), known as Rubén Darío, was a Nicaraguan poet who started the Latin American literary movement known as modernism, which flourished at the end of the 19th century. Darío has had a great and lasting influence on Spanish literature and journalism of the 20th century.
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Acinetopsia or motion blindness, life in frames

The term acinetopsia or akinetopsia comes from the Greek words akinesia (absence of movement) and opsis (see). It was introduced shortly before 1991 by British neurobiologist Semir Zeki to name a selective deficit in the ability to perceive movement. Acinetopsia is also known as movement blindness, and it is a neuropsychological disorder in which a patient cannot perceive movement in their visual field, despite being able to see stationary objects without problem.
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The numerical pyramid

A numerical pyramid is constructed like the one we see in the figure by placing numbers at the base and placing the sum of two consecutive ones in the top row, in the middle of the previous ones. What numbers must be placed in the blank boxes to complete the numerical pyramid of the figure? Solution As each box is filled by adding the lower two, the number that occupies the central box between 6 and 9 intervenes both in the content of the upper right row and in the content of the one on the left.
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