Contrast sensitivity and vernier acuity in amblyopic monkeys.

@article{Kiorpes1993ContrastSA,
  title={Contrast sensitivity and vernier acuity in amblyopic monkeys.},
  author={L. Kiorpes and Daniel C. Kiper and J. Anthony Movshon},
  journal={Vision research},
  year={1993},
  volume={33 16},
  pages={2301-11}
}
Human psychophysical studies suggest that strabismic and anisometropic amblyopes may have characteristically different patterns of visual loss. In particular, anisometropic amblyopes often show deficits on spatial localization tasks that scale with their spatial resolution losses, whereas strabismic amblyopes can show localization deficits that are large relative to their losses in spatial resolution. We have compared the performance of non-human primates with experimentally-induced… CONTINUE READING
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