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Journal Entry: Wed Apr 15, 2015, 4:53 AM
KseniaMaytama





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desire is the cage by PsycheAnamnesis
desire is the cage
“To live on a day-to-day basis is insufficient for human beings; we need to transcend, transport, escape; we need meaning, understanding, and explanation; we need to see over-all patterns in our lives. We need hope, the sense of a future. And we need freedom (or, at least, the illusion of freedom) to get beyond ourselves, whether with telescopes and microscopes and our ever-burgeoning technology, or in states of mind that allow us to travel to other worlds, to rise above our immediate surroundings. We may seek, too, a relaxing of inhibitions that makes it easier to bond with each other, or transports that make our consciousness of time and mortality easier to bear. We seek a holiday from our inner and outer restrictions, a more intense sense of the here and now, the beauty and value of the world we live in.” (neurologist Oliver Sacks)
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phantom limbs and restless eyes by PsycheAnamnesis
phantom limbs and restless eyes
"I probably still haven't completely adapted to the world. I don't know, I feel like this isn't the real world. The people, the scene: they just don't seem real to me." (Murakami, Norvegian Wood)
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dichromacy by PsycheAnamnesis
dichromacy
Dichromacy in humans is a color vision defect in which one of the three basic color mechanisms (red, green or blue) is absent or not functioning. Dichromats can match any color they see with a mixture of no more than two pure spectral lights, so color is reduced to two dimensions.
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visual agnosia by PsycheAnamnesis
visual agnosia
Visual agnosia is an impairment in recognition of visually presented objects. It is not due to a deficit in vision (acuity, visual field, and scanning), language, memory, or low intellect. According to its pathophysiology, visual agnosia occurs due to damage in the association areas of the visual cortex. This occurs even when no damage has been done to the eyes or optic tract that leads visual information into the brain. Visual agnosia is caused by damage to parts of the ventral stream of vision. The ventral stream is also known as the "what pathway of vision" because this pathway allows the individual to identify the objects they see. 
The two major types of visual agnosia are apperceptive and associative visual agnosia. Apperceptive agnosia is failure of object recognition even when the basic visual functions (acuity, color, motion) are normal. The brain must correctly integrate such features as lines, brightness, and color of visual information to form a whole percept of an object, which in this case fails to do. Associative agnosia is an inability to identify objects even with apparent perception and knowledge of them, because there is an impairment in associating the perception of objects with the stored knowledge of them.
Other known clinical variants of visual agnosia include prosopagnosia (inability to recognize faces), pure word blindness (inability to recognize words), agnosias for colors (inability to differentiate colors), agnosias for the environment (inability to recognize landmarks etc.) and simultanagosia (inability to sort out multiple objects in a visual scene).

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Noir-Division Featured By Owner 3 days ago  New member  Photographer
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everypathtonowhere Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2015  Student Photographer
Just seen your donation, it has been very kind from you to support what I do also in this way :hug: I'm honored of your help, since I really appreciate your visual personal research and I trust in your artworks power. Thank you again, for everything :thanks:
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narcissagrey Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
thank you so much for the watch dear! :huggle: here's a llama for you! Llama jump 
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Batsceba Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015   Photographer
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dethangel91 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for all favourites! I love your art and it's nice to know that you liked some of my pictures too :)
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