eye dominance

eye dominance

an unconscious preference to use one eye rather than the other for certain purposes, such as sighting a rifle or looking through a telescope.
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Association between eye dominance and training for rifle marksmanship: a pilot study.
Ideally, hand dominance and eye dominance should be the same.
The aetiology of dominant preference is not the focus of this study, but has been suggested to be influenced by several factors, including, but not limited to, genetic inheritance, fetal position, hormonal imbalance, anatomical asymmetries, cerebral dominance, body centre of gravity, eye dominance and social conditioning.
Two years ago I was having trouble with crossing shots at a sporting clays course, when one of the instructors asked me if I had ever tested my eye dominance.
Binocular motion rivalry in macaque monkeys: eye dominance and tracking eye movements.
EYEXAM (FREE) This app includes different charts to help you test your vision, colour perception and eye dominance.
Handedness was assessed by the Annett questionnaire (Annett, 1970), and eye dominance was determined by the near-far alignment test (Berman, 1971) and a card with a hole (Annett & Kilshaw, 1982).
Everyone, not just women, could learn something from LeGate's perky, enthusiastic and clear presentations covering gun types, gauges, accessories, eye dominance, gun fit, positioning, gun mount and all the shotgun games we like to play.
13) found left or mixed eye dominance in schizophrenics whereas pure left eye dominance has been reported by others (36).
Here we present a new method that provides a continuous measure of eye dominance and overcomes limitations of previous procedures.