Discriminability of random-dot stereograms in three-dimensional space.

Abstract

The discriminability of crossed-disparity (near) and uncrossed-disparity as a function of their location in the upper-left, upper-right, lower-left, and lower-right quadrants of the visual field. Discriminability was assessed using choice reaction-time (RT) and accuracy measures. While near targets were recognized equally well in the upper and lower fields… (More)

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