Deletion refers to a speech error in which something is left out. In the study of Sensation and Perception, Deletion refers to a cue that provides information about the relative depth of two (2) surfaces. Deletion occurs when a farther object is covered by a nearer object due to sideways movement of an observer relative to the objects. Please see also Accretion .

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