eccentricity(redirected from Linear eccentricity)
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behavior that is regarded as odd or peculiar for a particular culture or community, although not unusual enough to be considered pathological.
Term referring to the angular distance from the centre of the visual field or from the foveola of the retina. Example: the maximum density of rods in the retina is at a retinal eccentricity of about 20º.