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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of foveate.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as foveate.


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  • Pursuit motion is a much smoother, slower movement than a saccade; it acts to keep a moving object foveated.

    Eye Movements 3

  • Convergence is a motion of both eyes relative to each other that ensures that an object is still foveated by both eyes when its distance from the observer is changed.

    Eye Movements 3

  • Head smooth, of a light brown; antennae somewhat red, at the tip brownish; ocelli yellow; the four facial keels distinct; thorax light brown behind with foveated impressions, amidst which arise a few longish prominences, transverse grooves feeble, dorsal keel very distinct.

    Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, Volume 2

  • In general, subjects did not display any estimation bias if they foveated the sample dots during the encoding phase.

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  • In the first case, visual information is obtained via peripheral vision while in the second case the sample dots are foveated and additionally encoded by central vision.

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  • When both sample dots are foveated, we find that the distance estimation error is small but consistently increases with the dots-separation size.

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  • On the other hand, in the 'saccade' condition when one of the dots is foveated the other is encoded by the parafoveal/peripheral vision (

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