I have this random theory off the top of my head. Even though we normally associate sensing with observing our environment, I propose N dominant individuals tend to use their peripheral vision more often than S.
The use of peripheral vision is normally associated with fuzzy shapes and sudden moving objects or shift in color/contrast at the corner of our eyes. Therefore Ns will focus and use more of their peripheral vision in taking in their environments. (e.g. "vague" impressions of overall shapes and movements as cues). The Ss in contrast prefer taking in details which leads to a proportionally greater use of their focal vision in comparison to their peripheral vision. Even though on average Ss will attend to more things they see (combined focal + peripheral) compared to the Ns.
Prove me right or wrong here.
From your personal experiences
1. Do you agree or disagree with my crazy idea?
1. Your type and how would you describe your peripheral vision/perception?
2. Do you rely on peripheral vision often? How does your usage compare to your focal vision?
3. Examples of how you use peripheral vision?