Coarse-fine dichotomies in human stereopsis

@article{Wilcox2009CoarsefineDI,
  title={Coarse-fine dichotomies in human stereopsis},
  author={L. Wilcox and R. Allison},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={49},
  pages={2653-2665}
}
There is a long history of research into depth percepts from very large disparities, beyond the fusion limit. Such diplopic stimuli have repeatedly been shown to provide reliable depth percepts. A number of researchers have pointed to differences between the processing of small and large disparities, arguing that they are subserved by distinct neural mechanisms. Other studies have pointed to a dichotomy between the processing of 1st- and 2nd-order stimuli. Here we review literature on the full… Expand
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