Definition of tachistoscopically in US English:

tachistoscopically

adverb

  • See tachistoscope

    • ‘In their study, a sender viewed a target slide 10 times, tachistoscopically for 1 ms each time.’
    • ‘And Fisher found that the visual percepts were not only taken from the tachistoscopically presented stimuli, but also from everything surrounding the experiment, such as paintings in the hallway that the subject saw on the way to the experiment.’
    • ‘It is a projective test in which pictures of threatening motifs are presented tachistoscopically in standardised low-lighting conditions.’

Pronunciation

tachistoscopically

/-ˈskäpik(ə)lē/