Stereoscopic Vision in Macaque Monkey: Cells sensitive to Binocular Depth in Area 18 of the Macaque Monkey Cortex

@article{Hubel1970StereoscopicVI,
  title={Stereoscopic Vision in Macaque Monkey: Cells sensitive to Binocular Depth in Area 18 of the Macaque Monkey Cortex},
  author={D. Hubel and T. Wiesel},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1970},
  volume={225},
  pages={41-42}
}
Random-dot stereoscopic patterns have been used to provide behavioural evidence of stereoscopic vision in macaque monkeys. Cells sensitive to binocular depth have been found in area 18 of the macaque monkey cortex. 
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