object recognition

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The identification of something as a particular object (such as one's own jacket) or as a member of a particular class of objects (such as a tabby-cat) in spite of wide variations in the precise pattern of sensory stimulation, which depends on the angle from which it is viewed, lighting conditions, distance, and so on. Compare pattern recognition.

Subjects: Psychology.

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