VISUAL ATTENTION DISORDER

any interruption of an individual's capacity to identify and take care of visual stimulus.

VISUAL FATIGUE

the dissipating of visual pictures, especially in vibrant light. Visual fatigue is frequently experienced by people with optic neuritis; it can additionally happen following...

VISUAL MEMORY

the ability to visually recall images that have formerly been observed.

VISUAL TEXTURE

a characteristic of a 2-D figure or a 2-D interpretation of a 3-D item which depicts its exterior traits. Visual texture is associated with,...

VISUOSPATIAL SCRATCHPAD

an element or subsystem of working memory utilized for practicing or employing visual, imaginal, or spatial data.

VIVIDNESS TRAINING

training to enhance the capacity to generate extremely clear, crisp cognitive pictures wherein the colors are different and the details of the pictured scenario...

VOCATIONAL APTITUDE TEST

any test modeled to evaluate the skills, interests, characteristics, and other aspects thought to be vital for excelling in a specific profession. These presumptions...

VOICE-OUTPUT SYSTEM

a system which generates a voice for a computer to render auditory feedback for people with visual disability.

VOLUNTARY AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

nonprofit groups supported entirely or partly by public donations and committed to the restructuring of public wellbeing or social welfare dilemmas. The terminology "voluntary"...

VON RESTORFF EFFECT

a memory-procedure theory postulating that an object which is different from others within a sequence will be recalled more than the objects of uniqueness....

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