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We test the possible multifractal properties of dominant EEG frequency components, when a subject tracks a path on a map, either only by eyes (imaginary movement – IM) or by visual-motor tracking of discretely moving spot in regular (RM) and Brownian time-step (BM) (real tracking of moving spot). We check the hypotheses that the fractal properties of(More)
This paper is trying to explore the issue of whether analogical mapping may influence perception and cause re-interpretation of the target stimulus. An attempt is made to put this rather complicated issue at experimental test bed. Two experiments are described which demonstrate that the process of analogical mapping may reorganize the perceptual input and(More)
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