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Impaired ability to perceive more than one object or image at the same time, hence an inability to comprehend a whole picture even when its constituent elements can be recognized, often occurring as a symptom of Bálint's syndrome or a lesion in the left temporal lobe. See also agnosia, motion-induced blindness. [From simultan(eous) + agnosia]

Subjects: Psychology.

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