perceptual deprivation

perceptual deprivation

the absence of or decrease in meaningful groupings of stimuli, which may result from a constant background noise or constant inadequate illumination.
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The next year, Zubek followed up by spending nearly fifteen days in the chamber in a perceptual deprivation experiment.
Exercise, for instance, was shown to counteract the damages caused by perceptual deprivation.