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7,8,9) However the theory of Einthoven, (6) which has proven accurate for predicting chromostereopsis for small pupils, cannot explain the phenomenon for large pupils, when chromostereopsis often reduces and in some cases reverses.
A Dutch study by Vos (10) first suggested the role of the Stiles-Crawford Effect in colour stereopsis, suggesting that the shifts in chromostereopsis with pupil size are due to decentration of the peak of the Stiles-Crawford Effect with respect to the pupil, as confirmed by Ye et al.