Suprathreshold contrast sensitivity in experimentally strabismic monkeys

@article{Kiper1994SuprathresholdCS,
  title={Suprathreshold contrast sensitivity in experimentally strabismic monkeys},
  author={Daniel C. Kiper and L. Kiorpes},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1994},
  volume={34},
  pages={1575-1583}
}
Human strabismic amblyopes show deficits in spatial vision that can be revealed in a variety of visual tasks. In particular, they show a reduced sensitivity to contrast for a wide range of spatial frequencies. The ability of strabismic amblyopes to process contrast information at levels well above detection threshold is less well understood and somewhat controversial. In the course of investigating the neural basis of strabismic amblyopia we studied contrast processing both at and above… CONTINUE READING

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