volume 16, issue 10, P1044-1049 1997
DOI: 10.1076/ceyr.16.10.1044.9012
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Abstract: The absence of orientation uncertainty in the psychophysical data for the amblyopic observers is not consistent with the several previous reports of spatial aliasing in the central field of amblyopes. Our results suggest that non veridical visual perception in central amblyopic vision can not be revealed under natural viewing conditions by comparing the ability to detect the presence of a grating with the ability to identify its orientation. Possible reasons for the failure of this technique to reveal spatial …

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