Detection threshold differences to crossed and uncrossed disparities Academic Article uri icon


  • Using a sample of 85 subjects measurements were made of minimum stimulus durations necessary for detection of crossed and uncrossed disparity stimuli which were presented in five positions in the visual field: centre, lower, upper, right, and left field. The results indicated large detection duration differences between the two disparity conditions, with a marked superiority for crossed disparity detection at all positions. A left-right visual field anisotropy was demonstrated for crossed disparity stimuli.

publication date

  • January 1987