Nasotemporal overlap at the retinal vertical meridian: investigations with a callosotomy patient.

  title={Nasotemporal overlap at the retinal vertical meridian: investigations with a callosotomy patient.},
  author={Robert M Fendrich and C. Mark Wessinger and Michael S. Gazzaniga},
  volume={34 7},
To evaluate nasotemporal overlap at the retinal vertical midline, we asked a callosotomy patient to compare the orientation of square wave gratings that were presented in his opposing visual fields. The gratings were horizontally or vertically oriented and had spatial frequencies ranging from 1 to 8 cycles per degree (cpd). Retinal stabilization ensured the gratings remained properly lateralized during sustained presentations. In accord with previous investigations, when the gratings were… CONTINUE READING

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