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  • n. Plural form of scotoma.


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  • We're dealing with true perceptual completion across the scotomas, not just guesswork or deduction.

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  • Likewise, blindsight subjects do not spontaneously respond to things presented to their scotomas, but must be trained to make responses using a forced-response paradigm.

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  • I think that if I had experienced the intimacy the two characters in the movie had prior to my marriage, that would have been enough to break through my scotomas.

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  • Other potential visual defects include changes in the visual field and scotomas (blind island-like gaps in the visual field).

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  • Tests conducted on the teen showed that he had central scotomas, or dark spots, in his vision. News Feed

  • "Clinicians have, however, made the HPA aware that scotomas - retinal injuries causing abnormal vision - have been caused by high power green laser pointers," he added. News Feed

  • In brief, the workshop covers topics like scotomas, Reticular Activating System, Gestalt psychology.

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  • All I know is that now I’m working very hard to see myself as I really am, without scotomas.

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