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Diana Deutsch conducts research on perception and memory for sounds, particularly music. She has discovered a number of musical illusions and paradoxes, which include the octave illusion, the scale illusion, the glissando illusion, the tritone paradox, and the cambiata illusion , among others.
I think a lie or an error might qualify as a logical illusion - this would be a statement that is presented as true but is in fact untrue.
We know about optical illusions based on the way the brain works, and not on our senses.Is there any notorious auditory illusion other than pareidolia?