visual memory


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visual memory

the ability to create an eidetic image of past visual experiences. Also called eye memory.

visual memory

Psychology The ability to recall visual images in the form of objects, events, or words

vis·u·al mem·o·ry

(vizh'ū-ăl mem'ŏr-rē)
Retained memory of objects when the visual stimulus is no longer present.
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They were all given verbal and visual memory tests to test how effective the Theracurmin was in increasing memory and attention.
Experts focused on topics including identifying the elements of risk profiles, crowd mentality and psychological methods of influencing an aggressive crowd and exercises to improve visual memory, concentration and attention.
In general, many previous studies have shown that the resection of non-dominant mesial temporal structures mostly causes visual memory decline, whereas the resection of dominant mesial temporal structures causes verbal memory decline.
The lower visual memory score in our study may be due to visual avoidance of the stimulus.
The book defines visual note-taking and gives background on the neuroscience of visual learning, then offers ideas for using icons, symbols, metaphors, idioms, and visual memory tricks.
Two groups (experimental and control) performed a pre and post--training designed intervention in which Eye-hand coordination (EHC), Eye-foot coordination (EFC), visual acuity (VA), Visual memory (VM), Visual Tracking (VT), visual reaction time (VRT), Depth perception (DP) from different distances (10cm, 20cm and 30cm), Visual field (VF) and Performance level of shooting skill (3PS) were recorded.
Tests also showed they performed better in a visual memory task.
Recognizing A Component Of Procedural Memory: Our Visual Memory
The WRAML consists of nine subtests, which are age-scaled, summed, and standardized using manual norms to create the Verbal Memory Index, the Visual Memory Index, and the Learning Index, each with a mean [+ or -] SD of 100 [+ or -] 15.
SZ showed higher cognitive impairment than BD in the domains of attention, visual memory, executive functioning, short memory, and perceptual motor skills.
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate cognitive functions in type II diabetic patients and to compare them with healthy subjects in verbal memory functions, visual memory, global memory, attention and concentration, delayed recall and a brief examination of mental status.

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