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In [[psychophysics]] the '''visual thresholds''' may refer to:
 
In [[psychophysics]] the '''visual thresholds''' may refer to:
*The minimum level of stimulation that can be detected by an [[eye]]
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*'''[[Visual absolute threshold]]:''' the lowest level at which a stimulus can be detected by the [[eye]].
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*'''[[Visual recognition threshold]]:''' the level at which a stimulus can not only be detected but also recognised.
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*'''[[Visual just noticeable difference|Differential threshold]]''' the level at which an increase in a detected stimulus can be perceived, the minimum stimulus change that is visually detectable
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*'''[[Visual terminal threshold]]:''' the level beyond which a stimulus is no longer detected.
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*The minimum difference that can be detected between visual stimuli
 
*The minimum difference that can be detected between visual stimuli
*The minimum stimulus change that is visually detectable
 
   
   

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In psychophysics the visual thresholds may refer to:


  • The minimum difference that can be detected between visual stimuli



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