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tachistoscope

noun ta·chis·to·scope \tə-ˈkis-tə-ˌskōp, ta-\

Definition of TACHISTOSCOPE

:  an apparatus for the brief exposure of visual stimuli that is used in the study of learning, attention, and perception
ta·chis·to·scop·ic \-ˌkis-tə-ˈskä-pik\ adjective
ta·chis·to·scop·i·cal·ly \-pi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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Origin of TACHISTOSCOPE

Greek tachistos (superl. of tachys swift) + International Scientific Vocabulary -scope
First Known Use: circa 1890
Medical Dictionary

tachistoscope

noun ta·chis·to·scope \tə-ˈkis-tə-ˌskōp-, ta-\

Medical Definition of TACHISTOSCOPE

:  an apparatus for the brief exposure of visual stimuli that is used in the study of learning, attention, and perception
ta·chis·to·scop·ic \-ˌkis-tə-ˈskäp-ik\ adjective
ta·chis·to·scop·i·cal·ly \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

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