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How do people form questions?

How do people form questions? What fields of study cover the concepts of question formation? Why do people question differently, within the same cultural milieu? [more inside]
posted by aramaic on Feb 11, 2008 - 11 answers

help identify this painting - seated man with impending train

Art question: I'm trying to track down a painting I can barely remember. It was called something along the lines of "Seated figure with cosmic train" but I'm not sure. It featured a man sitting in a chair with various colors radiating from his head, which resolved themselves into an image of a train bearing down on him. I last saw it in a psychology textbook some years back, and I have no idea why I want to find it again. It just bugs me somehow.
posted by aramaic on May 14, 2004 - 2 answers

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