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" As a matter of fact the field of vision, in one important particular, does not correspond to the field of external objects. The image is inverted. The rays of light proceeding from an object which by touch we know to be on what we call our right-hand... "
Psychology Applied to Medicine: Introductory Studies - Page 44
by David Washburn Wells - 1907 - 141 pages
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A Text Book of Physiology

Sir Michael Foster - 1879 - 720 pages
...rays of light proceeding from an object which by touch we know to be on what we call our right hand, fall on the left-hand side of the retina. If therefore...on the right hand, because we invariably associate right-hand tactile localisation with left-hand visual localisation ; that is to say, our field of vision,...
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A Text-book of physiology

Sir Michael Foster - 1885 - 911 pages
...rays of light proceeding from an object which by touch we know to be on what we call our right hand, fall on the left-hand side of the retina. If therefore...vision corresponded to the retinal image, the object wooild be seen on the left hand. We however see it on the right hand, because we invariably associate...
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The International Dental Journal, Volume 11

1890
...rays of light proceeding from the object which by touch we know to be on what we call our right hand, fall on the left-hand side of the retina. If, therefore, the field of vision corresponded to the retinal imago, the object would be upside-down, and seen on the left side. We, however, see it on the right...
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Psychology Applied to Medicine: Introductory Studies

David Washburn Wells - 1907 - 141 pages
...minute point on the retina. Acute sight demands perfect focusing. Now let us apply the general law of sense perception and the outward reference of sensation...by touch, is a reinversion of the retinal image." ' Martin, in his work on " The Human Body," says : " A new-born child, even supposing it could use...
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The Dental Cosmos: A Monthly Record Of Dental Science, Volume 14

J. D. White, John Hugh McQuillen, George Jacob Ziegler, James William White, Edward Cameron Kirk, Lovick Pierce Anthony - 1872
...proceeding from an object which by touch we know to be on what we call our right hand, fall on the left hand side of the retina. If, therefore, the field of vision...the field of vision, when interpreted by touch, is a rein version of the retinal image." Martin, in his work on 'The Human Body," says, "A newborn child,...
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Ophthalmology: Essays, Abstracts and Reviews, Volume 3

Henry Vanderbilt W├╝rdemann, Nelson Miles Black - 1907
...rays of light proceeding from an object which by touch we know to be on what we call our right hand fall on the left-hand side of the retina. If, therefore,...on the right hand, because we invariably associate right-hand tactile localization with left-hand visual sensation. That is to say, the field of vision,...
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