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ITS CAUSES & TREATMENT STRATEGIES

@inproceedings{Godnig2005ITSC,
  title={ITS CAUSES & TREATMENT STRATEGIES},
  author={Edward C. Godnig},
  year={2005}
}
  • Edward C. Godnig
  • Published 2005
  • Tunnel vision, also referred to as visual perceptual narrowing, is a process that occurs when one is visually aware only of central visual information, while simultaneously ignoring or being unaware of information located in the peripheral field of vision. During this process, high attention and detailed focus is concentrated on central processing, while awareness of peripheral information is suppressed or ignored. Tunnel vision is a response to certain types of stressors, and is closely linked… CONTINUE READING
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