From Dichoptic to Dichotic: Historical Contrasts between Binocular Vision and Binaural Hearing

@article{Wade2005FromDT,
  title={From Dichoptic to Dichotic: Historical Contrasts between Binocular Vision and Binaural Hearing},
  author={N. Wade and H. Ono},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2005},
  volume={34},
  pages={645 - 668}
}
Phenomena involving vision with two eyes have been commented upon for several thousand years whereas those concerned with hearing with two ears have a much more recent history. Studies of binocular vision and binaural hearing are contrasted with respect to the singleness of the percept, experimental manipulations of dichoptic and dichotic stimuli, eye and ear dominance, spatial localisation, and the instruments used to stimulate the paired organs. One of the principal phenomena that led to… Expand
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