dichoptic


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dichoptic

Viewing a separate and independent field by each eye, in binocular vision, as for example in a haploscope. See dichoptic masking.

dichoptic

said of eyes which are widely separated, e.g. in some insects.
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Eye-dominance refers to a monocular preference shown when monocular images cannot be fused (for example, during dichoptic stimulation), or when monocular viewing is required (e.
We call this procedure dichoptic rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP, Raymond, Shapiro, and Arnell, 1992).
Therefore, the interocular differences during the dichoptic RSVP depend exclusively on intrinsic interchannel differences or in the pattern of interocular inhibition.
On each trial, randomly selected 12-letter streams were dichoptically presented, one dichoptic pair every 150 ms.
2 Scape enlarged, much thicker than pedicel; males dichoptic .
Scape subequal to pedicel; males holoptic or dichoptic .
Proboscis much longer than head; males holoptic or dichoptic .
4 Wing maculate; scutellum without velvety black patch; male dichoptic .
Two of their factors covered (loaded heavily on) only four tasks (form rivalry, colour rivalry, acuity and dichoptic flash).
Under ideal conditions - high-resolution dichoptic targets and monocular blur feedback training - the average gain of the aniso-accommodative response function is about 0.
More research is needed to determine if aniso-accommodation can occur in the absence of monocular dichoptic cues and in conjunction with monovision suppression.
The species of the genus Tachydromia (= Sicus Latreille, 1796; Sicodus Rafinesque, 1815; Coryneta Meigen, 1800; Danistes Gistl, 1848; Phoneutisca Loew, 1863; Tachista Loew, 1864) can be diagnosed by the following combination of characters: eyes bare, dichoptic in both sexes, palpus usually narrow; thorax slender, largely shining, precoxal bridge present, postpronotal lobe large, thoracic setation usually greatly reduced; legs slender but fore femur often thickened, mid femur and tibia usually modified in male; wing with distinct anal lobe, usually brown banded, clouded or spotted, cell cup absent.