visual percept


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Noun1.visual percept - a percept that arises from the eyes; an image in the visual system
percept, perception, perceptual experience - the representation of what is perceived; basic component in the formation of a concept
eye candy - visual images that are pleasing to see but are intellectually undemanding; "he wanted to put some eye candy on their web site"
field of view, field - the area that is visible (as through an optical instrument)
sight - an instance of visual perception; "the sight of his wife brought him back to reality"; "the train was an unexpected sight"
panorama, vista, view, aspect, scene, prospect - the visual percept of a region; "the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
field of regard, field of vision, visual field - all of the points of the physical environment that can be perceived by a stable eye at a given moment
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The first factor of the EFA groups the two indicators of BR: perceptive alternations (the number of times that the visual percept changes, reported by the observer), and the duration of exclusive dominances (the time in ms that the percept remains in visual awareness).
the construction of a visual percept of the face; (b) comparison of this visual percept with representations of faces stored in the face recognition units (FRUs), from which it would be possible to (c) access the person identity nodes (PINS) containing semantic information about that person, which would make it possible to (d) access the name code, i.
Vista means "the visual percept of a region", with these synonyms: aspect, panorama, prospect, scene and view.
The primacy of the visual percept is not overcome, but I cannot with a clear conscience declare that the interesting music was a mere accompaniment.
I can do no more than merely allude to some of the work here, but the crux of the matter from the standpoint of work in foundationalism has to do with what sort of inferences we can make about the status of the visual percept itself on the basis of what we now know about the process.
Imagination, herein, is understood as the visual representation generated in response to the presentation of non-visual stimulus, and visual memory refers to an image generated from a visual percept (McConnell & Quinn, 2004a; Quinn, 2012).
Our data suggest that the brain capacity to function on the basis of a reduced visual percept is modulated by the timing of the onset of the visual impairment, as is the case with total blindness (Arno et al.