Eyeblinks and visual suppression.

  title={Eyeblinks and visual suppression.},
  author={F C Volkmann and Lorrin A. Riggs and Roger K. Moore},
  volume={207 4433},
A technique for bypassing the eyelids permits equivalent visual stimulation of the retina before, during, or after a blink. Sensitivity to these stimuli decreases during voluntary blinks. This indicates that the source of the deficit is neural rather than optical. Such a visual loss may help to explain the common experience that most blinks go unnoticed. 

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