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phi-phe•nom•e•non



Pronunciation: (fī'fi-nom"u-non", -nun), [key]
n.,
pl. -naPronunciation: (-nu). [key]
Psychol.
motion perceived by a subject, esp. the illusion of movement produced when stationary stimuli, as pictures or lights, are presented in rapid succession and are sometimes in slightly different positions.

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