binocular rivalry


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bin·oc·u·lar ri·val·ry

alteration in perception of portions of the visual field when the two eyes are simultaneously and rapidly exposed to targets containing dissimilar colors or borders.

binocular rivalry

The continuous alternation in the conscious perception of visual stimuli to the two eyes.
See also: rivalry
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Heeger, "Neuronal activity in human primary visual cortex correlates with perception during binocular rivalry," Nature Neuroscience, vol.
Rees, "Eye-specific effects of binocular rivalry in the human lateral geniculate nucleus," Nature, vol.
Heeger, "Hierarchy of cortical responses underlying binocular rivalry," Nature Neuroscience, vol.
Mean dominance duration of binocular rivalry depends on the flash duration of stimuli presented for 5 ms--30 ms.
Attending to auditory signals slows visual alternations in binocular rivalry // Vision Research.--2010.--Vol.
Genetic contribution to individual variation in binocular rivalry rate // PNAS.--2010.--Vol.
Binocular rivalry appears to be an industrially useful technique when tested under the controlled conditions reported here.
A practical consideration in the use of binocular rivalry for inspection is the choice of the viewing method.
We measured binocular rivalry and pupil diameter before and after 2 hours of monocular deprivation.
Immediately after eye-patch removal, we measured binocular rivalry for 18 minutes in four separate 180 sec blocks separated by a two-minute break to allow the subject to rest: this is the standard protocol used in the previous studies on MD from our laboratory [2, 3, 49].
Included patients were under 16 years of age, had delusions as their primary symptoms, were right-handed, did not have other mental or serious physical illnesses, and were able to complete the binocular rivalry test.
The version of the binocular rivalry test employed in this study is similar to that described elsewhere.