Hering image

noun He·ring image \ˈhā|riŋ-, ˈhe|\

Definition of Hering image

  1. :  a first positive afterimage in a succession of visual afterimages resulting from a brief light stimulus and appearing in the same hue as the original sensation

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Origin and Etymology of hering image

after Ewald Hering †1918 German physiologist and psychologist


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