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It has been shown that a brief presentation of a unambiguated stimulus can influence how an ambiguous stimulus presented later is interpreted.
There also seems to be a fatiguing effect, where the perceived images seem to switch spontaneously from one interpretation to another, sometimes over decreasing time intervals. One of the most common instances of ambiguity is a simple framework cube (also called the Necker cube). Some other examples:
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