Ocular dominance predicts neither strength nor class of disparity selectivity with random-dot stimuli in primate V1.

@article{Read2004OcularDP,
  title={Ocular dominance predicts neither strength nor class of disparity selectivity with random-dot stimuli in primate V1.},
  author={Jenny C. A. Read and Bruce G. Cumming},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={91 3},
  pages={1271-81}
}
We address two unresolved issues concerning the coding of binocular disparity in primary visual cortex. Experimental studies and theoretical models have suggested a relationship between a cell's ocular dominance, assessed with monocular stimuli, and its tuning to binocular disparity. First, the disparity energy model of disparity selectivity suggests that there should be a correlation between ocular dominance and the strength of disparity tuning. Second, several studies have reported a… CONTINUE READING