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Psychophysical tests reveal three classes of wide-field disparity detectors in man, responding respectively to crossed (near), uncrossed (far), and zero disparities. The probability of lacking one of these classes of detectors is about 30% which means that 2.7% of the population possess no wide-field stereopsis in one hemisphere. This small percentage(More)
Tooth retention has been one of the main aims of oral care which in turn could have contributed to the social oral health divide. To investigate this issue further, data collected for a group audit was used to study the reasons for tooth extraction for patients attending for routine treatment at four dental practices. The practices served populations in(More)
1. Adaptation to a high-contrast sine-wave grating has been shown previously by Blakemore & Campbell (1969) to raise the modulation required to detect a low-contrast grating that has the same or similar spatial frequency as the adapting grating.2. A similar adaptation effect occurs when the adaptation and test gratings are seen binocularly and are presented(More)