Psychology 4051. Vernier Acuity. Vernier Acuity. The smallest amount of misalignment that can be detected within a stimulus. Usually measured by determining the smallest offset that can be detected within a single line, or series of lines. Vernier Acuity.
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The square grating is very salient. Subjects may prefer this
stimulus if they detect it first.
Visual System Plasticity