Definition of tachistoscopic in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌkistəˈskäpik/


See tachistoscope

‘Figure 1 shows the mean number of letters correct for each group on the tachistoscopic recognition task.’
  • ‘The complexity of the stimulus is no longer a limiting factor as with the tachistoscopic technique.’
  • ‘Thereafter, when the handle is released and started downwardly, tachistoscopic operation is initiated.’
  • ‘Immediately following a tachistoscopic exposure, the subjects were requested to close their eyes and to report and make drawings of any images that had developed.’
  • ‘Hence, for purposes of this study the major pictorial-perceptual elements of each tachistoscopic stimulus were determined.’