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The ground level visual field of each eye of the leopard frog includes the entire ipsilateral 180-deg field and approximately 60 deg into the frontal contralateral field. When one eye is covered with an opaque patch, a frog responds to prey stimuli over the entire field of the other eye. Nevertheless, when one optic nerve is cut, the animal responds to prey(More)
Multiple object tracking (MOT) has been used extensively in studies on visual attention and working memory in a dynamic environment. However, the majority of findings of MOT research have been collected using two dimensional (2D) displays. Given the lack of ecological connection between 2D MOT displays and 3D real-world visual scenes, the current study aims(More)
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