A non-spatial bias favouring fixated stimuli revealed in patients with spatial neglect
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1 To train one's eyes on an object or point in the visual field so that its image falls on the foveas of the eyes. See also Donders' law, reading span.
2 To engage or indulge in fixation (3); to become preoccupied or obsessed with something. [From Latin fixus fixed]
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