Isomorphic is an old idea, re-introduced by Gestalt psychology, that there is a one-to-one correspondence between a perceived stimulus and its representation in the brain. The concept has now largely been abandoned.  

Webster Dictionary Meaning

1. Isomorphic
- Isomorphous.
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