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A visual line, edge, or border outlining a part of the visual field, usually determined by abrupt lightness, colour, or texture gradients but sometimes induced as a subjective or illusory contour without any corresponding retinal image gradient. See also Ehrenstein's brightness illusion, illusory contour, Kanizsa triangle, zero-crossing.

Subjects: Psychology.

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