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The _______ principle encourages us to resolve a set of stimuli, such as trees across a ridgeline, into smoothly flowing patterns. A. continuity B. depth perception C. perception D. similarity
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User: The _______ principle encourages us to resolve a set of stimuli, such as trees across a ridgeline, into smoothly flowing patterns. A. continuity B. depth perception C. perception D. similarity

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