binocular vision

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vision involving the use of both eyes

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In 1993, Lonard contracted the Ross River Fever virus through a mosquito bite and was told he had been left with the binocularity of a 60-year-old.
In 1993, Lonard contracted the Ross River Fever virus and told he had the binocularity of a 60-year-old.
There were no group differences in stereopsis or binocularity, and there were also no differences in parents' responses to a 19-item quality of life questionnaire.
New scientific findings emphasize the binocularity of human sight, acknowledge its temporality, locate vision in the materiality of the body, and thus endow the observer with "a new perceptual autonomy and productivity" (Crary, "Modernizing" 35).
But at the same time, reports have been filed which document a sustained proclivity within us towards bullying: marble-stealing in the allocations pool, fighting with the language programs, and ganging up on the little guys, especially on that newcomer to the school whose name implicitly speaks "foreignness" to the object-driven identitarian programs by virtue of its toponomic binocularity.
In anurans, binocularity arises when each NI connects to both OT.
This applied to both binocularity and orientation selectivity.
They engage the greater tensions of depth of field, monocularity and binocularity that seem to mark the naturalistic style of Regeneration.
The cover test is not repeated during the usual school vision screening and no tests of binocularity or hyperopia are performed.
I remember an LPGA golfer I worked with who had binocularity problems.
00D, binocularity is unlikely, (5) and a balance, frosted or occluded lens would be advisable in the non-viewing eye.
Patients may have amblyopia and impaired binocularity despite AHP.
4) High refractive errors in childhood may lead to amblyopia, subnormal binocularity or strabismus resulting in permanent visual loss if not corrected during early childhood.
Possible explanation is that binocularity and parallelism are maintained by the extraocular muscles under the controlling influence of fusion.
His research on colour and binocularity is outlined, together with those of other students of vision in that century.