Brave New Montage Collage!

Just some 2017 doodles and such in a collage verging on a montage!

Or is it the other way around?

By Hook or By Nook Says:

I swear every time I look at these I see something different.

My Answer:

It is a cognitive bias called the frequency illusion. Like seeing something new, then seemingly seeing it over and over again shortly after you first notice it. This frequency illusion, Baader-Meinhof, whatever you want to call it, is an actual scholarly-recognized psychological phenomenon.

How’s that for psychological Mumbo Jumbo?

By Halbarbera

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7 comments

    1. It is a cognitive bias called the “frequency illusion.” … So seeing something new, then seemingly seeing it over and over again shortly after you first notice it — frequency illusion, Baader-Meinhof, whatever you want to call it — is an actual, scholarly-recognized psychological phenomenon.

      In other words, I don’t really know what I’m talking about!

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