Grasping deficits and adaptations in adults with stereo vision losses.

@article{Melmoth2009GraspingDA,
  title={Grasping deficits and adaptations in adults with stereo vision losses.},
  author={Dean R. Melmoth and Alison L. Finlay and M. J. Morgan and Simon Grant},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2009},
  volume={50 8},
  pages={
          3711-20
        }
}
PURPOSE To examine the effects of permanent versus brief reductions in binocular stereo vision on reaching and grasping (prehension) skills. METHODS The first experiment compared prehension proficiency in 20 normal and 20 adults with long-term stereo-deficiency (10 with coarse and 10 with undetectable disparity sensitivities) when using binocular vision or just the dominant or nondominant eye. The second experiment examined effects of temporarily mimicking similar stereoacuity losses in… CONTINUE READING

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