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Another visual phenomenon that brings out the importance of inhibition is the
sensation evoked when a visual stimulus is repeated rapidly; for example, one
may view a screen that is illuminated by a source of light the rays from which may
Point of aWareness of visual stimulus Peristriate and parastriate areas Effect of
cutting the corpus callosum False projection Effects of eye movements
Perspective Corresponding points Fusion. 3, and 5; thus, at this level, the
impulses from the ...
The field of vision of each eye is separate except for a narrow sector immediately
in front of the animal, where the two visual fields overlap. From the evolutionary
point of view the improved judgment of distance obtained by viewing an object ...
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