Geld-Benussi phenomenon

Geld-Benussi phenomenon

[¦gelt bə′nu̇s·ē fə‚näm·ə·nən]
(psychology)
An effect whereby an observer who is presented consecutively with three spatially equidistant light sources lying on a line perceives additional light stimuli at other locations and times. Also known as tau phenomenon.
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