The role of binocular vision in grasping: a small stimulus-set distorts results

@article{Keefe2009TheRO,
  title={The role of binocular vision in grasping: a small stimulus-set distorts results},
  author={Bruce D Keefe and Simon J. Watt},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={194},
  pages={435-444}
}
The role of binocular vision in grasping has frequently been assessed by measuring the effects on grasp kinematics of covering one eye. These studies have typically used three or fewer objects presented at three or fewer distances, raising the possibility that participants learn the properties of the stimulus set. If so, even relatively poor visual information may be sufficient to identify which object/distance configuration is presented on a given trial, in effect providing an additional… CONTINUE READING