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  1. the human brain is constantly busy trying to organize and analyze information in order to create neural connections with similar information it already has. that is, roughly speaking-to find something with which you can associate this or that information. so all the information in our memory can be at least associated with something(hence, by the way, the stereotypes are taken). during drug use, the neural connections in the brain become confused, and there are so many of them that the brain can't even find an association. and it can't analyze so much information, which is essentially just a collection of impulses(visual, auditory, tactile). and geometric shapes are quite simple things to perceive, so when trying to recognize impulses, the brain finds the simplest and most “similar” object in its memory-geometric shapes and patterns

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