Naive physics studies the untrained human perception of basic physical phenomena and the simple models of physics understood by non-specialists, including, for example, software engineers or animators, whose models of physical reality are often much simplified compared to a physicist's.

Some simple models include:

See also: folk mathematics, weak ontology, perceptual psychology, Cartoon Laws of Physics, Occam's Razor

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