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Neuroimaging studies of binocular vision: States, traits, debates.

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The host for this talk is Professor Zoë Kourtzi

I will discuss fMRI and MEG studies of binocular rivalry including some quite recent work on individual differences. One theme is comparison of well matched binocular states such as different types of rivalry and depth. Another theme is the non-invasive measurement of interocular inhibition which may possibly be a partially heritable trait. There is also some context of how this could relate to binocular vision disorders such as amblyopia.

This talk is part of the Craik Club series.

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