visual perception


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Noun1.visual perception - perception by means of the eyesvisual perception - perception by means of the eyes  
perception - the process of perceiving
contrast - the perceptual effect of the juxtaposition of very different colors
face recognition - the visual perception of familiar faces
object recognition - the visual perception of familiar objects
visual space - the visual perception of space
optical fusion, fusion - the combining of images from the two eyes to form a single visual percept
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These reflections, rapid as lightning, simultaneous with visual perception, D'Artagnan had already forgotten when he descended the first steps of the staircase.
Blunt to learn that the words issuing from her lips had awakened in me the visual perception of a dark- skinned, hard-driven lady's maid with tarnished eyes; even of the tireless Rose handing me my hat while breathing out the enigmatic words: "Madame should listen to her heart.
Subjects include perceptual anisotropy in visual processing of naturalistic broadcast stimuli in the horizontal affect, large-scale and small-scale functional organization of visual field representations in humans, and integration model for complex visual analysis of the inferotemporal cortex, investigation of the activated human primary visual cortex, the role of corollary discharge signals in visual perception, potentials in the primary visual cortex, the neurophysiology of neocortical information processing, an exaction model using a coupled neural network, the effects of certain retinal diseases, and awareness of the sensory effects of the primary visual cortex.
This study investigated differences in visual perception and visual-motor based school functions in children with and without congenital hemiplegia.
For Ernst as for Benjamin, then, kitsch was what the children of the late nineteenth century knew, or rather what they learned from; kitsch was a form of instruction in visual perception, and its images took up residency inside them.
That is why Ruskin stood out against not only the conventional tastes that rejected the fresh visions first of Turner and then of the Pre-Raphaelites, but all three of the principal means by which visual perception was formally shaped in the nineteenth century.
The cognitive tests examined math skills, visual perception of spatial relationships, recognition of printed words, and short-term memory.
The question regarding visual imagery and visual perception remain an open issue.
Before cyberspace, humans created a host of gadgets to enhance visual perception,'' explains Frances Terpak, co-curator of the exhibit and curator of photographs at the Getty Research Institute.
Some individuals exhibit difficulty with auditory or visual perception (U.
At the same time, however, visual illusions and misjudgments have been cited as the probable cause of numerous aviation accidents, and in spite of technological and instructional efforts to remedy some of the problems associated with visual perception in aviation, mishaps of this type continue to occur.
Behrmann has been on the CMU faculty since 1993 and is widely considered to be one of the foremost experts in the cognitive neuroscience of visual perception.