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==See also==
* [[Electonic visual displays]]
* [[Electronic visual displays]]
* [[Scotopic stimulation]]
* [[Scotopic stimulation]]
* [[Photoptic stimulation]]
* [[Photoptic stimulation]]

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Types of stimulus (psychology)
Stimulus parameters
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Visual stimulation is a form of perceptual stimulation, the stimulation of the visual system. Psychologists have studied a number of ways of providing such input:

The input can be varied along a number of dimensions to explore the characteristics of the system

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