The influence of subject instruction on horizontal and vertical vergence tracking

@article{Stevenson1997TheIO,
  title={The influence of subject instruction on horizontal and vertical vergence tracking},
  author={Scott B. Stevenson and Lori A Lott and Jing Yang},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={37},
  pages={2891-2898}
}
Previously it has been reported that horizontal disparity vergence is strongly influenced by subject instructions to vary attention or tracking effort. This paper describes experiments which compared these instruction effects on horizontal and vertical disparity vergence. Within-trial comparisons were made possible by use of oblique (combined horizontal and vertical) disparity modulation. Subjects viewed a flat, fully correlated, dynamic random noise stereogram pattern through stationary… CONTINUE READING

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