Discussion: Psychophysics Related to Strabismus and Amblyopia

  • Emilio C. Campos
Part of the Wenner-Gren Center International Symposium Series book series (WGS)


Campos: We dealt this morning with three different subjects, namely proprioception, binocularity in strabismus and finally amblyopia. I would like to orient the discussion on these three different subjects. Let me start with proprioception. Are there comments on this subject?


Receptive Field Trigeminal Neuralgia Binocular Vision Vergence Movement Egocentric Localization 
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