Suppression theory of binocular vision.

  title={Suppression theory of binocular vision.},
  author={H. R. Asher},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  volume={37 1},
  • H. R. Asher
  • Published 1953 in The British journal of ophthalmology
THE problem of how an object may be perceived as single when it is viewed with both eyes is one which is not yet solved. In the past, du Tour (1760) and other scientists found that there was no fusion of the two images, but that always one of a pair of corresponding points suppressed the other. Another view was that of Heine (1900), who held that there was a single common centre which could be stimulated simultaneously by pathways originating from the two retinae. A third view is that of… CONTINUE READING
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