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peripheral vision

[pə′rif·ə·rəl ′vizh·ən]
(physiology)
The act of seeing images that fall upon parts of the retina outside the macula lutea. Also known as indirect vision.
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The research investigated how recognition and detection of six basic emotions - happiness, sadness, fear, disgust, anger and surprise - changes when viewed centrally and up to 30 degrees in peripheral vision.
The functional field of view task (Green and Bavelier, 2003) enables the testing of spatial distribution of visual attention and accordingly, the peripheral vision (Learning task II).
These archives of feelings, Zavella demonstrates, are transnational and also embody peripheral vision. The chapter focuses on three musicians/ musical groups--Los Tigres del Norte, Lila Downs and Quezal--looking at their history and how their music genre and body of work have been taken up in Mexico and the US Los Tigres del Norte play norteno music, a genre "influenced by German and Czech settlers" in northern Mexico featuring "the accordion and polka-style dancing." (193) Their music discusses varied topics including migration stories, deportations, the femicides in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and the drug trade.
Apparently we cannot distinguish colour in our peripheral vision, rather it is the degree to which colour and pattern (stripes) contrast with the background which makes the players more visible to each other.
The modification gives them better peripheral vision and increases their field of view.
Visual Image processing consists of Color perception, Central Vision Processing and Peripheral Vision Processing.
They have great peripheral vision, helping them to spot predators and warning them about sneak attacks.
The study conducted by the University of Sheffield has, for the first time ever, seen scientists test how peripheral vision develops in deaf people from childhood to adulthood.Dr Charlotte Codina, from the University's Academic Unit of Ophthalmology and Orthoptics, led the research and found that children born deaf are slower to react to objects in their peripheral vision compared to hearing children.However, deaf adolescents and adults who have been without hearing since birth can react to objects in their peripheral vision more quickly.The findings of Dr Codina's study, which were published in Development Science, showed that deaf children aged between five to 10 years old had a slower reaction time to light stimuli in their peripheral vision than hearing children of the same age.
And yet in his peripheral vision he must have been able to see that open piano lid and expectant diners.
"AMD spares peripheral vision," explains retinal specialist Dr.
According to the official release, the away kit "features two high-contrast colours - lightning pink and navy blue - a combination that has been designed to make players more visible in their teammates' peripheral vision."
Tuesday, May 11 Peripheral Vision is a Saddlers' Hall daughter of Southcoast Gale and she's keeping me awake every night.

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