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Binocular depth discrimination and the nasotemporal division

By C. Blakemore


1. If classical partial decussation exactly segregates the projections of right and left hemi-retinae on to the two optic tracts, the images of an object in central vision, nearer or further than the fixation point, should project to separate hemispheres. This would prevent the encoding of retinal disparity by binocularly driven neurones of the visual cortex

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