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after-effect, perceptual

after-effect, perceptual  

Exposure to a sensory stimulus can produce illusory perceptual experiences immediately following this exposure period. The period of initial stimulation is typically called the adaptation period and ...
artificial scotoma

artificial scotoma  

A scotoma induced by a pattern of randomly twinkling visual spots against a grey background, such as is produced by a television receiver tuned to an open channel, against which a small uniform grey ...
change blindness

change blindness  

Failure to notice a change in the visual field occurring during a saccade or when vision is otherwise interrupted. Compare inattentional blindness, motion-induced blindness.
inattentional blindness

inattentional blindness  

Failure to register consciously a visual stimulus when attention is focused elsewhere. The term was coined in the title of the book Inattentional Blindness (1998) by the US psychologists Arien Mack ...
motion‐induced blindness

motion‐induced blindness   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Consciousness

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2010
Subject:
Science and technology, Psychology, Philosophy
Length:
1,858 words

Motion‐induced blindness (MIB) refers to a phenomenon of ‘visual disappearance’ in which a relatively small but salient object

multistable perception

multistable perception  

For some objects or events, perception can fluctuate over time, with alternative perceptual interpretations replacing one another even though the physical conditions of stimulation remain unchanged; ...
simultanagnosia

simultanagnosia  

Impaired ability to perceive more than one object or image at the same time, hence an inability to comprehend a whole picture even when its constituent elements can be recognized, often occurring as ...

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