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Binocular vision and the control of hand movements

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There is often thought to be an intrinsic link between binocular vision and the dexterity of the human hand. In this talk, I will explore whether the role of binocular vision in the control of hand movements represents a ‘functional specialism’, or is better understood as providing one signal of many, in a system that makes best use of the available information in a given instance.

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