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High-acuity, color vision is mediated by the small foveal area of the retina. Nevertheless, we have perceptions of the world that are expansive in...

High-acuity, color vision is mediated by the small foveal area of the retina. Nevertheless, we have perceptions of the world that are expansive in both their color and their detail. This is possible because

A) our visual systems integrate the foveal images from recent visual fixations to produce the subjective visual perception that we are experiencing at any instant.

B) of the optic disks.

C) of retinal disparity.

D) of the difference between the photopic and scotopic spectral sensitivity curves.

E) we have depth perception.

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