A cross-coupling model of vertical vergence adaptation

@article{McCandless1996ACM,
  title={A cross-coupling model of vertical vergence adaptation},
  author={Jeffrey W. McCandless and Clifton M. Schor and James S. Maxwell},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1996},
  volume={43},
  pages={24-}
}
Vertical disparity vergence aligns the two eyes in response to vertical misalignment (disparity) of the two ocular images. An adaptive response to vertical disparity vergence is demonstrated by the continuation of vertical vergence when one eye is occluded. The adaptive response is quantilied by vertical phoria, the eye alignment error during monocular viewing. Vertical phoria can be differentially adapted to vertical disparities of opposite sign located at two positions along the horizontal or… CONTINUE READING