Mary Anne McLeod

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The amount of deviation from central fixation during binocular fusion of a vertical border was compared with conventional fixation disparity measured at the same time, forced convergence serving as the independent variable. Fixation eccentricity was measured objectively by monitoring a scleral blood vessel with a video camera and by analyzing the movement,(More)
The classical apparent frontoparallel plane (AFPP) setting is typically obtained by having the subject move a series of parallel rods farther or closer until they line up in a plane perceived to be parallel to the face plane. If there is a size difference between the two ocular images, the AFPP setting defined by the rods will exhibit a tilt from the(More)
Estimates of population connectivity often are based on demographic analysis of movements among subpopulations, but this approach may fail to detect rare migrants or overestimate the contribution of movements into populations when migrants fail to successfully reproduce. We compared movement data of endangered Southwestern Willow Flycatchers among isolated(More)
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