Some recent findings on the development of human binocularity: a review.
Evidence on the development of binocular function in infancy is reviewed. (1) Visual evoked potentials (VEP) may be recorded from infants in response to dynamic random dot stimuli which alternate between positive and negative binocular correlation. Such responses can only arise in neurones receiving binocular input. (2) Infants' looking behaviour may be shown to depend on the presence of binocular disparity in the stimulus (either random-dot or line stereograms). Results of these techniques a...Expand abstract
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