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Of course, scientific theories are meant to provide accurate explanations or interpretations of phenomena. But there must be more to it than this explanation. Consider that a theory can be accurate without being very useful. To say that expressive writing helps people “deal with their emotions” might be accurate as far as it goes, but it seems too vague to be of much use. Consider also that a theory can be useful without being entirely accurate. Figure 4.2 is a representation of the classic multistore model of human memory, which is still cited by researchers and discussed in textbooks despite the fact that it is now known to be inaccurate in a number of ways (Izawa, 1999) [3] . These two examples suggest that theories have purposes other than simply providing accurate explanations or interpretations. Here we look at three additional purposes of theories: the organization of known phenomena, the prediction of outcomes in new situations, and the generation of new research.

Figure 4.1 Representation of the Multistore Model of Human Memory. In the multistore model of human memory, information from the environment passes through a sensory store on its way to a short-term store, where it can be rehearsed, and then to a long-term store, where it can be stored and retrieved much later. This theory has been extremely successful at organizing old phenomena and predicting new ones.

One important purpose of scientific theories is to organize phenomena in ways that help people think about them clearly and efficiently. The drive theory of social facilitation and social inhibition, for example, helps to organize and make sense of a large number of seemingly contradictory results. The multistore model of human memory efficiently summarizes many important phenomena: the limited capacity and short retention time of information that is attended to but not rehearsed, the importance of rehearsing information for long-term retention, the serial-position effect, and so on. Or consider a classic theory of intelligence represented by Figure 4.2 . According to this theory, intelligence consists of a general mental ability, g , plus a small number of more specific abilities that are influenced by g (Neisset et al., 1996) free shipping new styles cheap sale recommend adidas Mens Equipment Running Support Black S32144 Grey great deals cheap price KgjQwe
. Although there are other theories of intelligence, this one does a good job of summarizing a large number of statistical relationships between tests of various mental abilities. This theory includes the fact that tests of all basic mental abilities tend to be somewhat positively correlated and the fact that certain subsets of mental abilities (e.g., reading comprehension and analogy completion) are more positively correlated than others (e.g., reading comprehension and arithmetic).




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Can you believe everything you see? From smoke and mirrors to light and shadow, from colour and shape to depth and perspective, optical illusions have the power to fascinate, entertain, trick and astonish. They distort our realities and create impossible new worlds. They encourage us to look behind the surface and from new angles to discover the facts….or the fiction.

For centuries, we have come together around illusions—to be awed by them and to attempt to discover the mysteries of their making. At Massive Illusion, inspired by the engaging, wondrous art that has taken over the city with the blockbuster exhibition, Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors. guests are immersed in larger-than-life installations and performances that astound, mystify and hypnotize.

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Camille Jodoin-Eng is a Toronto-based artist whose work is an experiment in intuitive language, a meditation of interplay between physical and psychological space. When words fail, other ways to emote emerge to bridge universal experience and personal reality. Jodoin-Eng has developed a personal visual language of symbols that reveals the intuitive, emotional, and indefinite. Using mirrored structures, light, plastic, metal, wood, drawings and digital processes, she creates a psychic space that stretches beyond its physical constraints, inverting and reflecting itself into infinitude. Her work has recently been featured in Vice, as well as on CBC. She completed her BFA at OCAD University (2014) and is currently represented by Art Works Consulting.

Jade Rude is a Toronto-based artist who works in a variety of media including sculpture, installation, photography and video. Her work addresses how the formal elements of an object, space and form can be altered to generate moments of curious disruption and playful confusion. Rude has studied at the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary, Alberta and the Norwich University of the Arts in Norwich, UK. She has received grants from the Toronto Arts Council as well as the Ontario Arts Council and exhibited at Art Museum, YYZ Artists’ Outlet, Division Gallery, Zalucky Contemporary and the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto. In addition, she has exhibited in the US, England, Japan, Australia, Argentina and Columbia. Her work has been collected by the Bank of Montreal and can be found in numerous private collections. Rude was recently included in a group exhibition at Cydonia Gallery in Dallas, TX, curated by Alex Bowron.

Jonathon R. Anderson is an Assistant Professor of Interior Design at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. To Jonathon, making art is not only a practice but a form of critical thinking. His work explores how industrial manufacturing and CNC technologies influence the design and making processes. As a result, the work is characterized by innovative and explorative methods that result in interconnected design, fine art, and technology solutions. From this non-traditional process emerges a provocative, complex design language that visually communicates at varied scales and emphasizes corporeal and phenomenological experiences. His work has been exhibited at Museo Tamayo in Mexico City and the Design Exchange: Canada's Design Museum and includes public art commissions for the Tampa International Airport, San Diego International Airport, and the City of Ottawa.

Jordan Söderberg Mills is a Canadian visual artist working in light, optics and perception. His pieces play with the borders between the real and the unreal, image and identity, and the physical and the digital. Based between Canada, Chile and Germany, he has an interdisciplinary practice, developing work in installation, sculpture, and design objects. Söderberg Mills holds a Masters Degree from Central Saint Martins, was named Wallpaper* magazine’s Best in Glass for 2018, and has completed projects for Tate Britain, Milan Design Week, and the Istanbul Biennale.

Confronting the rise of digital collage art with traditional analog techniques, Canadian artist Maxwell N. Burnstein’s handmade artworks have prompted international artist residencies and collaborations with leading publications. Burnstein’s collages create a cohesive narrative through reconstructing photographs into multidimensional artworks with an x-acto knife. The final artworks are scanned and formed into a digital state to allow for multiple applications. Developing exhibits worldwide, covers for Elle Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar, and collaborations with the CFDA, Burnstein is the foremost collage artist to emerge from Canada’s fashion industry. As a writer, Burnstein has contributed to V Magazine, VMAN, Interview Magazine, GQ South Africa, and IN Magazine.

A product of his environment and upbringing, Pedram Karimi was born in Tehran, Iran to young, traditional, middle-class parents. Spending his adolescent years in Austria, Karimi has also lived in the US, Canada and London, UK. Always living life at the edge of society has made him who he has become as an individual, an artist and a mindful being. Karimi, describing the feel of his brand, work and message, says, "My purpose is to push social boundaries, blur stereotypes and bring genders, generations and social groups closer together with the garments, photographs, videos, still and live installation that I make. Imagine nostalgia in the future, somewhere familiar, yet not fully so.”

Studio F Minus is an art design collaborative founded by artist/architects Mitchell F. Chan and Brad Hindson. Chan and Hindson work with a network of world-class engineers, fabricators, and technologists to create large-scale art projects for broad public audiences. Since its founding in 2008, Studio F Minus has been commissioned to produce major public works for cities across Canada, and has exhibited installation works in galleries and museums internationally.

Trevor Wheatley and Cosmo Dean are best known for their sculptural installations based around phrases and logos that are part of the common lexicon. Casually used terms like "all good" and the shrug emoji are made in larger-than-life dimensions and placed in surreal natural environments. With Cosmo's experience in design and contracting and Trevor's background in set design and studio art, their work has integrated itself into the world of experiential design and permanent public installation. The duo has recently worked with music festivals Osheaga, WayHome, and Life Is Beautiful, as well as fashion brands Stussy, Off-White and Nike.

T.O.A. is a professional singer, songwriter, DJ and entertainer who is often referred to as having a voice that soothes the mind, heals the body, and touches the soul. In the past year, T.O.A.'s music has been heard everywhere. Her song “Lost”, a collaborative effort with the UK’s Frequency Soul Circuit, was featured in an episode of American Horror Story, as well as in a Mercedes Benz ad campaign that has run worldwide. Her original composition, “Without You,” was the subject of a full vocal sample on Adventure Club’s latest release Black + Blue. Upcoming releases include a collaboration with Chris Lorenzo (UK), and Dylan Rhymes (UK).

Kirsten Azan, baptized BAMBII, is one of Canada’s most compelling new DJs. Whether online or on dancefloors, her political and musical vernacular give credence to dance music’s ever expanding reach, the relationships it helps forge between individuals, cultures and spaces. As proof, the last year has taken her across North America, on stages like Brooklyn’s AFROPUNK, and across Europe as a solo artist and on support for some of the world’s most relevant artists - Mykki Blanco, Kelela, and MikeQ, to name just a few. This summer, she will add Asia to her growing list of tour destinations to promote her debut, solo EP. At home, her event series ‘JERK’ is still hitting capacity and still true to its roots. Elsewhere, her work has been publicized in FLARE, Wonderland, CRACK and The FADER.

Bianca Lee is a Toronto-based DJ, highly coveted for her eclectic taste in music and her ability to harmoniously blend a selection of sounds. A true lover of feel-good tunes, her signature sound allows listeners to embark on a musical journey that spans old school RB, hip hop, funk, all the way to the up-tempo sounds of deep house, dancehall and soca. Her versatility has helped her quickly gain impressive momentum and respect in the city. Within her first year of getting behind the decks she’s worked with clients including TD Bank, Toronto International Film Festival, Grey Goose, Roots Canada, and Nivea Canada.

DJ Blush has been doing her thing in the best city in the world since 2009. Her deep love of all things music, parties, friends and good times landed her the gig at Shake A Tail, one Toronto’s most prominent Motown dance parties. She is on her sixth year as the Budweiser Stage’s AMEX Lounge resident DJ and runs Friday and Saturday night events as the resident DJ at legendary Stones Place. With two nominations from Now Magazine’s Best of poll as BEST DJ, she has been featured in The Grid (R.I.P.), She Does The City , Product Magazine and even had a shout-out from Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson on The Tonight Show.

DRE NGOZI is a DJ and multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto. A resident DJ for Manifesto Festival's monthly High Power party, Dre combines everything from hip-hop and sweet island riddims to global house and electro vibes—a true reflection of the many sides of herself. She always takes the crowd on an unexpected journey, gliding through various genres seamlessly. Dre's versatile musical taste has led her to play venues in different area codes—from New York to Los Angeles to London. Her unique music curation has gotten her guest sets at some of Toronto’s most-hyped parties like Baregyal, Dudebox, yesyesyall and rocking the decks alongside music heavy-hitters like VASHTIE, DJ Premier and DJ Starting From Scratch.

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