Behavioral studies of local stereopsis and disparity vergence in monkeys

@article{Harwerth1995BehavioralSO,
  title={Behavioral studies of local stereopsis and disparity vergence in monkeys},
  author={Ronald S. Harwerth and Earl L Smith and John Siderov},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={35},
  pages={1755-1770}
}
Investigations on macaque monkeys have provided much of our knowledge of the neural mechanisms of binocular vision, but there is little psychophysical data on the accuracy of vergence responses or the precision of stereoscopic depth perception in these primates. We have conducted comparative behavioral studies of binocular disparity processing in rhesus monkeys and humans via measurements of prism-induced fixation disparities (disparity vergence) and relative depth discrimination for spatially… CONTINUE READING

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