tachistoscope

[n] - scientific instrument used by psychologists
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tachistoscope

t-scope noun scientific instrument used by psychologists; presents visual stimuli for brief exposures
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tachistoscope

(from the article `perception`) Instances of slowly developing percepts require relatively simple procedures to uncover. Those percepts with a very rapid time course may be studied ...
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tachistoscope

Type: Term Pronunciation: tă-kis′tŏ-skōp Definitions: 1. An instrument to determine the shortest time necessary for an object to be perceived.
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tachistoscope

instrument for rapidly showing images on a screen to test perception
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