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'''Prismatic stimulation''' is a special case of [[visual stimulation]] in which special lenses are used to distort or reverse the [[visual field]]. These techniques are used in studies of [[colour perception]], [[spatial distortion]] and [[perceptual constancy]]
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'''Prismatic stimulation''' is a special case of [[visual stimulation]] in which special lenses ([[Prism (optics)|Prisms]]) are used to distort or reverse the [[visual field]]. These techniques are used in studies of [[colour perception]], [[spatial distortion]] and [[perceptual constancy]]
 
   
   
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==Prismatic adaptation==
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*[[Prismatic adaptation]] is the process of [[adaptation]] to the wearing of prism glasses.
   
 
==See also==
 
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*[[Prism correction]]
 
*[[Visual inversion]]
 
*[[Visual inversion]]
   

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Prismatic stimulation is a special case of visual stimulation in which special lenses (Prisms) are used to distort or reverse the visual field. These techniques are used in studies of colour perception, spatial distortion and perceptual constancy


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