Vision research: Losing sight of eye dominance

@article{Carey2001VisionRL,
  title={Vision research: Losing sight of eye dominance},
  author={David P Carey},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={11},
  pages={R828-R830}
}
Most people prefer to use their right eye for viewing. New evidence reveals that this dominance is much more plastic than that for one hand or foot: it changes from one eye to the other depending on angle of gaze. Remarkably, sighting dominance depends on the hand being directed towards the visual target. 

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