perceptual constancy(redirected from Subjective constancy)
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perceptual constancy[pər¦sep·chə·wəl ′kän·stən·sē]
The tendency of the perceived properties of objects (size, shape, orientation, direction) to remain intact despite variations in distance, slant, and retinal locus caused by movements of the observer.
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