The purpose of the present experiments was to investigate the role of the forebrain commissures in interhemispheric visual transfer when both eyes are open and the optic chiasm is intact. Cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) learned a series of two-choice simultaneous visual discriminations. The visual stimuli were bipartite, with independently determined left and right halves. If such a stimulus is fixated centrally, the two halves fall into opposite visual hemifields. After 10 trials of...Expand abstract
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Interhemispheric transfer of visual learning in monkeys with intact optic chiasm.
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