gamma movement

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A form of apparent movement that is elicited when a stimulus is presented in an alternating pattern of high and low illumination or brightness, with an interstimulus interval of about 60 milliseconds, the visual illusion being created of a single object expanding and shrinking in all dimensions. Also called gamma motion. See also Korte's laws. Compare alpha movement, beta movement, delta movement.

Subjects: Psychology.

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