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Monocular vision is intrinsically unstable: a side-effect of binocular homeostasis

Résumé : It is now accepted that short-term deprivation of one eye in adults results in not only a post-deprivation strengthening of the vision in the previously deprived eye but also a deterioration in the vision of the previously non-patched eye. Such monocular deprivation of 1-2 hours induces changes that last approximately 30-90 minutes. There is some support for this neuroplastic effect being the consequence of a change in the contrast gain within the binocular circuity. What is not known is when these changes in gain are initiated. One possibility is that they are initiated only once the patch is removed. The other possibility is that they are the result of a slow build up from the moment the patch is first applied.
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Alexandre Reynaud, Kévin Blaize, Frédéric Chavane, Robert Hess. Monocular vision is intrinsically unstable: a side-effect of binocular homeostasis. 2020. ⟨hal-03017083⟩



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