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'''Acuity''' relates to the sharpness or keenness of the senses. In [[psychophysics]] it is measured in terms of [[absolute threshold]], the lowest stimulus reported and the [[difference threshold]], reports of smallest noticeable change.
 
'''Acuity''' relates to the sharpness or keenness of the senses. In [[psychophysics]] it is measured in terms of [[absolute threshold]], the lowest stimulus reported and the [[difference threshold]], reports of smallest noticeable change.
   
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*[[Visual acuity]]
 
*[[Visual acuity]]
 
*[[Auditory acuity]]
 
*[[Auditory acuity]]
 
*[[Olfactory acuity]]
 
*[[Olfactory acuity]]
 
 
*[[Absolute acuity]]
 
*[[Absolute acuity]]
 
*[[Differential acuity]]
 
*[[Differential acuity]]
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Acuity relates to the sharpness or keenness of the senses. In psychophysics it is measured in terms of absolute threshold, the lowest stimulus reported and the difference threshold, reports of smallest noticeable change.

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