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The English used in this article or section may not be easy for everybody to understand. (June 2012)
Peripheral vision is the ability to see objects and movement outside of the direct line of vision.
Functions[change | change source]
The main functions of peripheral vision are:
- recognition of well-known structures and forms with no need to focus by the foveal line of sight.
- identification of similar forms and movements (Gestalt psychology laws)
- delivery of sensations which form the background of detailed visual perception.
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