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the act or an instance of distinguishing

the ability to distinguish, especially to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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Sound localization acuity for the moving sources (that oscillated by 20 degrees horizontally, vertically and diagonally) was though higher than in the case of the static sources, demonstrating that the shifting in the values of the binaural and monaural cues conduct to an improved spatial discrimination performance.
Effects of postnatal exposure of monkeys to a PCB mixture on spatial discrimination reversal and DRL performance.
In the present study, we used a spatial discrimination task with a semicircular eight-arm radial maze.
Such esoteric technologies as optical augmentation, polarization retention and time and spatial discrimination may provide the answers, Varshneya suggested.
Early studies of merger in a model of spatial discrimination assumed that location choices do not anticipate the merger.
The abstract spatial stimuli do not require fine visual perceptual or spatial discrimination (for example, no answers depend on deciding between similar shapes, or, counting scattered dots).
6] vs 4000 channels) provided by the addition of side scatter channel facilitates the spatial discrimination of latex microspheres in the 1-2 [micro]m diameter range from other sample particulate matter such as blood cells (Fig.
Principles of spatial equity are demonstrated through spatial discrimination and cross-subsidization.
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