Peripheral fading with monocular and binocular viewing

@article{Gonzlez2007PeripheralFW,
  title={Peripheral fading with monocular and binocular viewing},
  author={Esther Garc{\'i}a Gonz{\'a}lez and Moshe Weinstock and Martin J. Steinbach},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={47},
  pages={136-144}
}
This study measured the fading times of peripheral targets as a function of whether viewing was monocular or binocular, and of brightness contrast. Data from a binocularly normal group showed Troxler fading to be significantly faster with monocular (i.e., patched) than with binocular viewing. In contrast, one-eyed observers showed significantly longer fading times than the two-eyed observers viewing monocularly and equivalent times to their binocular viewing. A control experiment showed that… CONTINUE READING

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