- blind + sight. Coined in a 1974 paper in the Lancet by Sanders et al. (Wiktionary)
“I was not aware of "blindsight" - another point to consider as artists...how much of what we paint is from observation versus memory?”
“This ability gives rise to the term blindsight, but that is only part of the reason Blindsight was chosen as the title.”
“See another patient (Ellis-Troy) demonstrate something called blindsight, wherein a blind woman successfully reaches for an object by "predicting" its position.”
“blindsight" - the remarkable ability to respond to what his eyes can detect without knowing he can see anything at all.”
“There's a medical phenomenon called "blindsight," where people who seem to be partially or completely blind are able to respond to visual information under test conditions.”
“To take but one example: Patients whose brain damage has destroyed their sight may still display implicit "blindsight," by slipping a card into a mail slot that they cannot consciously see.”
“Again, I can see why the book is the way it is, and why the characters were chosen (to re-enforce the whole 'blindsight' angle, and I'm using blindsight not in its strict meaning, but rather referring to abilities that might be similar in nature to blindsight).”
“Magnetically induced 'blindsight' induced in healthy human volunteers.”
“This TRN-modulation hypothesis for conscious awareness provides a comprehensive rationale regarding previously reported psychological phenomena and neurological symptoms such as blindsight, neglect, the priming effect, the threshold/duration problem, and TRN-impairment resembling coma.”
“It now looks like they have their lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) - part of the thalamus in the middle of the brain - to thank for this "blindsight".”
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One-word oxymorons and dvandva (copulative compound (hot)) words with that contradictory, antonymic tension. Hyphens are fine, and neologisms are great, but I don't want any portmanteau words (I c...
all the words I included in this TED book.
Just another sorting device.
found words, that haven't found their proper place yet.
I compensate somehow
Including a short list of types of extra-sensory perception with the prefix "clair-", these extraordinary potentials of mankind may will be debunked or proved to be existing, however, they due more...
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