How binocular vision is shaped by early visual experience

Dr Fitzpatrick and his collaborators use calcium imaging to visualise neuronal activity.

We look at the world with two eyes but we see only one picture. This is possible because the brain can bring together visual signals that originate from the left and right eyes to create a single image. How the brain knows how to do that is not well understood. Through a series of experiments, Drs David Fitzpatrick, Jeremy Chang […]

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