The study of visual perception (space and movement) by the method of "VSS"

  • D.V. Kyryllov Bogomolets national medical university
  • V.Ye. Lunov Bogomolets national medical university
Keywords: visual perception; “VSS” (visual-spatial selectivity); cerebral palsy (ICP); nystagmus; perceptual operations.


 The study of visual perception (space and movement) according to the created by the author’s method of “VSS” (visual-spatial selectivity) includes the perception of the distance or distance in which objects are located from the observer and from each other, the direction in which they are located, the size and shape of objects. The perception of space - the position of an object in space, its size, contour, relief, as well as its peace and movement - is usually carried out by a moving eye. As our study has shown, many spatial perception operations are innate [9]. However, their coordination is carried out in vivo. An important role in the ontogenetic development of space perception is played by the inclusion of the indicated operations in the composition of practical and then perceptual actions. Based on data on the spatial position of objects, the perception of movement is built [1].


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Kyryllov, D., & Lunov, V. (2019). The study of visual perception (space and movement) by the method of "VSS". Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 35(5), 71-74. Retrieved from