Role of monkey midbrain near-response neurons in phoria adaptation.

Abstract

1. One striking characteristic of the way in which accommodation and convergence of the eyes are organized is that although the two responses are usually tightly coupled, a brief period of binocular viewing through prisms that require extra convergence brings about a persistent, adaptive alteration in the relationship between the two responses: the vergence… (More)

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