About this Research Topic
The focus of this issue is to review the most recent findings in brain imaging and neurophysiology of binocular vision and coordination in humans and animals with frontally-placed eyes. The emphasis will be put on studies that enable transfer of knowledge toward visual training programs targeting binocular functional disorders (e.g., amblyopia) and visual field defects (e.g., hemianopia).
Neurophysiology of binocular vision and coordination
Brain imaging of binocular vision and coordination
The importance of action in vision: the example of fixational eye movements
Binocular functional disorders: heterophoria, strabismus, anisometropia, amblyopia
The impact of visual field defects on binocular vision and coordination: hemianopia, quadrantanopia, scotoma
Training programs of binocular vision and coordination
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