Leat S J, Woodhouse J M, 1984, "Rivalry with continuous and flashed stimuli as a measure of ocular dominance across the visual field" Perception 13(3) 351 – 357
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Rivalry with continuous and flashed stimuli as a measure of ocular dominance across the visual field
Susan J Leat, J Margaret Woodhouse
Received 22 April 1983, in revised form 12 February 1984
Abstract. Two measures of sensory ocular dominance were compared. Both involved dichoptic presentation of orthogonal
The variation of dominance over the horizontal meridian of the visual field was considered. For many subjects a consistent different in the ocular dominance in the two halves of the visual field, and therefore of the cortex, was found. Some showed dominance of the ipsilateral eye in each hemisphere while others showed dominance of the contralateral eye. It was found that there is, in fact, a continuum of types of dominance pattern amongst individuals.
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