Frisby J P, Mayhew J E W, 1979, "Does visual texture discrimination precede binocular fusion?" Perception 8(2) 153 – 156
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Does visual texture discrimination precede binocular fusion?
John P Frisby, John E W Mayhew
Received 21 August 1978, in revised form 21 February 1979
Abstract. Various stereoscopic demonstrations are presented which indicate that visual texture discrimination is based on processes which occur after, or at the same time as, the binocular combination of images from the two eyes. Monocularly invisible texture regions can become apparent, and monocularly visible regions can be hidden, by the processes of binocular fusion.
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