Absence of binocular summation, eye dominance, and learning effects in color discrimination.

@article{Costa2006AbsenceOB,
  title={Absence of binocular summation, eye dominance, and learning effects in color discrimination.},
  author={Marcelo Fernandes da Costa and Dora Fix Ventura and Felipe Perazzolo and Marcio Murakoshi and Luiz Carlos de Lima Silveira},
  journal={Visual neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={23 3-4},
  pages={461-9}
}
We evaluated binocular summation, eye dominance, and learning in the Trivector and Ellipses procedures of the Cambridge Colour Test (CCT). Subjects (n = 36, 18-30 years old) were recruited among students and staff from the University of São Paulo. Inclusion criteria were absence of ophthalmological complaints and best-corrected Snellen VA 20/20 or better. The subjects were tested in three randomly selected eye conditions: binocular, monocular dominant eye, and nondominant eye. Results obtained… CONTINUE READING

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