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Maskingis a term in perceptual experiments where a detectable stimulus (target stimulus) becomes undetectable by the presentation of a second stimulus (the masking stimulus)in close temporal or spatial proximity to it.

Masking may occur in any sensory modality.eg

Main article: Visual masking studies and schizophrenia


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