Humans deprived of normal binocular vision have binocular interactions tuned to size and orientation.

@article{Levi1979HumansDO,
  title={Humans deprived of normal binocular vision have binocular interactions tuned to size and orientation.},
  author={Dennis M Levi and Ronald S. Harwerth and Earl L Smith},
  journal={Science},
  year={1979},
  volume={206 4420},
  pages={852-4}
}
A suprathreshold grating presented to one eye elevated the threshold for the discrimination of gratings similar in size and orientation presented to the fellow eye. The magnitude and stimulus specificity of these binocular interactions in human observers with normal bioncular vision were similar to those in observers deprived of normal binocular visual experience; however, the latter showed a failure of binocular summation at threshold or subthreshold contract levels. Whereas strabismus or… CONTINUE READING

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