On interocular transfer of the movement aftereffect in indivuals with and without normal binocular vision.

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The duration of the movement aftereffect was measured in twenty-four normally binocular subjects and in eighteen subjects who lacked steropsis as a consequence of childhood strabismus. Aftereffects were generated monocularly and binocularly, and compared to those which occurred after adaption of one eye and testing with the other. Normal subjects were… (More)

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