Bridgman Effect

The Bridgman effect is a phenomenon that seems to occur when an electric current is passed through an anisotropic crystal. It is also known as the Internal Peltier effect. Anisotropy…

Bradley Effect

The Bradley effect is less commonly called the Wilder effect. It is a concept that attempts to explain the discrepancies seen in a voter's opinion. It reflects the differences between…

Bowditch Effect

The Bowditch effect is an autoregulation mechanism in the field of medicine and science. It is the effect by which tension increases in the muscles of the heart with an…

Bouba Kiki Effect

The bouba-kiki effect is an undetermined mapping of human perception between speech sounds and the visual shape of objects. This effect was first observed by German and American psychologist Wolfgang…

Boomerang Effect

We are living in a generation where we are fed with advertisements all the time. Advertisers' sole aim rests on gaining as many eyeballs as possible. In this conquest, they…

Bohr Effect

The Bohr effect describes hemoglobin’s lower affinity for oxygen with respect to an increase in the partial pressure of carbon dioxide and a decrease in blood pH. This lower affinity,…

Bloom Effect

Bright light sources and regions of bright light are often difficult to convey to the viewer as a real-world occurrence. It is primarily because the intensity range of a monitor…

Blocking effect

In Psychology, the term 'Blocking' refers broadly to the classical conditioning phenomenon that has profoundly influenced thinking about associative learning. In simple words, blocking effect may refer to the failure…

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