Fixational eye movements and binocular vision
During attempted visual fixation, small involuntary eye movements –called fixational eye movements--continuously change of our gaze’s position. Disagreement between the left and right eye positions during such motions can produce diplopia (double vision). Thus, the ability to properly coordinate the...
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|Series:||Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience|