Location coding by the human visual system: multiple topological adaptations in a case of strabismic amblyopia.

@article{Popple2005LocationCB,
  title={Location coding by the human visual system: multiple topological adaptations in a case of strabismic amblyopia.},
  author={Ariella V. Popple and Dennis M Levi},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2005},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={
          87-107
        }
}
Amblyopia, a major cause of vision loss, is a developmental disorder of visual perception commonly associated with strabismus (squint). Although defined by a reduction in visual acuity, severe distortions of perceived visual location are common in strabismic amblyopia. These distortions can help us understand the cortical coding of visual location and its development in normal vision, as well as in amblyopia. The history of retinotopic mapping in the visual cortex highlights the potential… CONTINUE READING

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