from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. sensory performance finer than the receptor grain
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Morbid acuteness.
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For those who might be less familiar with it, hyperempiria is a focused trance modality similiar in many respects to traditional hypnosis with hyperacuity or heightened sensory exprience.
The hyperacuity of his ear and his unusual retention of sounds he never stopped performing the earliest songs and spirituals he heard, and as a mature writer he could reproduce entire blocks of spoken conversation may have been a vestige of his fitful early months.
Will you go into more detail about what you do i.e. hyperacuity and/or hyperemperic intensity - they sound very sexy!
Westheimer G, McKee SP (1977) Spatial configurations for visual hyperacuity.
It is probable that some insignificant mark has, owing to his visual hyperacuity, fixed the image in the subject's brain. "
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