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Dichoptic viewing methods for binocular rivalry research: prospects for large-scale clinical and genetic studies.
Binocular rivalry (BR) is an intriguing phenomenon that occurs when two different images are presented, one to each eye, resulting in alternation or rivalry between the percepts. The phenomenon hasExpand
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Binocular rivalry, brain stimulation and bipolar disorder
Mechanistic understanding of binocular rivalry (BR) has drawn upon psychophysical, electrophysiological and brain-imaging studies. The first brain stimulation approach occurred in the late 1990s andExpand
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No Relationship Between Binocular Rivalry Rate and Eye-Movement Profiles in Healthy Individuals: A Bayes Factor Analysis
Binocular rivalry (BR) is an intriguing phenomenon in which conflicting images are presented, one to each eye, resulting in perceptual alternations between each image. The rate of BR has beenExpand
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The effect of stimulus strength on binocular rivalry rate in healthy individuals: Implications for genetic, clinical and individual differences studies
Binocular rivalry (BR) occurs when conflicting images concurrently presented to corresponding retinal locations of each eye stochastically alternate in perception. Anomalies of BR rate have beenExpand
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Widening socioeconomic inequalities in Australian suicide, despite recent declines in suicide rates
PurposeThis study aims to investigate trends in socioeconomic inequalities of suicide from 1979 to 2013 for Australian males and females aged 15–34 years and 35–64 years.MethodsData on suicides andExpand
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Evidence that eye‐movement profiles do not explain slow binocular rivalry rate in bipolar disorder: support for a perceptual endophenotype
Presenting conflicting images simultaneously, one to each eye, produces perceptual alternations known as binocular rivalry (BR). Slow BR rate has been proposed as an endophenotype for bipolarExpand
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Tolerability of caloric vestibular stimulation in a persistent pain cohort
This is a PDF file of an article that has undergone enhancements after acceptance, such as the addition of a cover page and metadata, and formatting for readability, but it is not yet the definitiveExpand
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