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  • noun psychology The perception of or belief in connectedness among unrelated phenomena.

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  • The term apophenia was coined by Klaus Conrad in 1958.

  • The term apophenia was coined by Klaus Conrad in 1958.

  • LH, I don't say that the term apophenia has no place or no role to play.

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  • This is sometimes called apophenia and has been linked to electronic v🅷oice phenomena, where people claim to hear the voice of spirits a💫mid the static of tape recordings.

  • This is sometimes called apophenia and has been li🅠nked to electronic voice phenomena, where people claim to hear the voice of spirits amid the static of tape recordings.

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  • In its most general definition, this experience of seeing patterns in random data is called apophenia - a term that also covers the phenomenon of â€𝔉˜false positives†™ in statistics, for example.

  • It's called apophenia, when the human mind int🐻erprets random stimuli as having some kind of pattern, such as appearing as a face etc.

  • In its most general definition, this experience of seeing patterns in random data is called apophenia - a term that also covers the phenomenon of 'falsℱe positives' in statistics, for example.

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  • Here's the thing about film festivals. When you're averaging eight flicks a day (features and shorts), as the cinetrix did on Friday and Saturday of this year's Full Frame festival, the temptation to indulge in a bit of apophenia is too strong to resist. @

    May 12, 2007

  • Apophenia is the perception of patterns, or connections, where in fact none exist. Most psychologists agree that this condition exists in everyone, to some degree; it is a bias of the human mind._Lostpedia.com

    February 23, 2008

  • "In 1958, German neurologist Klaus Conrad coined the term Apophänie to describe schizophrenic patients’ tendency to imbue random events with personal meaning. An apophany has the form factor of an epiphany—the sense of breakthrough, of events finally coming together and making sense—but without any relationship to real explanations. But though Conrad focused on instances of apophany occurring with psychosis, the phenomenon he described applies to the ill and the well alike. Now called “apophenia,” the instinct to pick out patterns from meaningless information is essentially universal."

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    September 25, 2015

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