Tachistoscope



[tuh-kis-tuh-skohp] /təˈkɪs təˌskoʊp/
noun, Psychology.
1.
an apparatus for use in exposing visual stimuli, as pictures, letters, or words, for an extremely brief period, used chiefly to assess visual perception or to increase reading speed.
tachistoscope
/təˈkɪstəˌskəʊp/
noun
1.
an instrument, used mainly in experiments on perception and memory, for displaying visual images for very brief intervals, usually a fraction of a second

tachistoscope ta·chis·to·scope (tā-kĭs’tə-skōp’, tə-)
n.
An apparatus that projects a series of images onto a screen at rapid speed to test visual perception, memory, and learning.
ta·chis’to·scop’ic (-skŏp’ĭk) adj.

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