dichoptic masking

masking, dichoptic

The masking of the visual function of one eye by the view presented to the other, as for example in a haploscope. See dichoptic.
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The complete suppression of a monocular input under dichoptic viewing conditions has been described with single presentation of target and mask (dichoptic masking, see Breitmeyer, 1984, for a review, and Michaels and Turvey, 1979), during binocular rivalry (see the review by Blake and Logothetis, 2002), flash suppression (Wolfe, 1984), and more recently in the continuous flash suppression technique (Tsuchiya and Koch, 2005).