Sensitivity to visual motion in amblyopic macaque monkeys.

@article{Kiorpes2006SensitivityTV,
  title={Sensitivity to visual motion in amblyopic macaque monkeys.},
  author={L. Kiorpes and Chao Tang and J. Anthony Movshon},
  journal={Visual neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={247-56}
}
Amblyopia is usually considered to be a deficit in spatial vision. But there is evidence that amblyopes may also suffer specific deficits in motion sensitivity as opposed to losses that can be explained by the known deficits in spatial vision. We measured sensitivity to visual motion in random dot displays for strabismic and anisometropic amblyopic monkeys. We used a wide range of spatial and temporal offsets and compared the performance of the fellow and amblyopic eye for each monkey. The… CONTINUE READING

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