The relationship between ocular sensory dominance and stereopsis
American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting
American Academy of Ophthalmology
Las Vegas, Nevada, Sands Expo/Venetian / November 14-17, 2015
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To quantify the relationship between stereoacuity and ocular sensory dominance. Methods: Ocular dominance was assessed with the continuous flashing technique, and ocular dominance index (ODI) was computed in 34 subjects. Stereoacuity was measured with random dots with a variety of durations. The best stereoacuity (Dmin) and the time to achieve that (Tmin) were recorded. Results: For subjects with strong ocular dominance (ODI ≥ 2), the Dmins were not different from those with 2 balanced eyes (ODI < 2). However, the Tmins were significantly higher. Conclusion: Strong ocular dominance is correlated with longer response time, not best stereoacuity.
Liu, Ziming; Bi, Hua; Zhang, Bin; Zhou, Zuopao; Fan, Qingxia; Xu, Ling; and He, Wei, "The relationship between ocular sensory dominance and stereopsis" (2015). College of Optometry Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc.. 3.
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