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an image (usually a negative image) that persists after stimulation has ceased

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First, he measured the area over which each eye could move on its own by impressing a foveal afterimage on one eye when it was in primary position.
Surprisingly, attention and awareness had different effects, the team reported in 2010 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: The more attention a person deployed, the shorter the afterimage lasted.
"People tend to think that afterimages are meaningless by-products arising from the physiological characteristics of the eye," wrote Ito.
Similarly, Wilson's visuals linger like afterimages. Anyone squeamish about a musical with numbers like "Song of the Insufficiency of Human Struggling" should rest assured: In the Madoff/Murdoch era, Mack is a lovable liar.
issued the newsletter afterimages. Leslie Kopp continued to teach workshops for the dance companies who performed at Jacob's Pillow and in 1995 she produced under the Preserve, Inc.
"His broken body is the afterimage of my 21st year," Lorde writes in "Afterimages" (1981).
We consider this to be unlikely, however, because she had no prior LSD use, a history of well-formed visual hallucinations not characteristic of HPPD, and no other characteristic symptoms of HPPD (palinopsia, afterimages, illusory movement, etc.).
Rodowick, Afterimages of Gilles Deleuze's Film Philosophy (University of Minnesota Press, 2010), Page 416 ISBN 978 0816650064.
It is the film poster that helps produce such afterimages. The posters used to promote the films borrow from a variety of sources, becoming almost multi-media, synthesizing and condensing verbal text, painting, illustration, and film.
Unlike Lycan and others-perhaps unlike the majority of current thinkers on the consciousness-physical problem-Sellars did not regard sensory experiences, afterimages, and feelings as having genuine intentionality.
A story of growing up in refuge from one of the most brutal dictators of the 20th century, "Afterimages: A Family Memoir" is the collective memories of a family who grew up in Topeka, Kansas after their parents fled Hitler's Germany in fear.
Audre Lorde's "Afterimages" (The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde [NY: W.W.
The afterimages of Optiques are sure to linger in the retina of our minds not as nagging mouches volantes but rather as lucid visionary sight.