Binocular Vision with two Stabilized Retinal Images

  title={Binocular Vision with two Stabilized Retinal Images},
  author={R. Ditchburn and R. Pritchard},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology},
  pages={26 - 32}
Experiments are described in which each eye is presented with a target whose image remains on the same part of the retina when the eye moves. The patterns presented to each eye may be similar and may be placed on corresponding parts of the retina or may be placed in non-corresponding positions: alternatively, different targets may be presented to the two eyes. Each pattern fades intermittently. Sometimes both are seen together and sometimes both fields are dark at once. There is a small… Expand
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