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Dichoptic stimulation (or dichoptic presentation) is a form of visual stimulation in which different stimuli are presented simultaneously to each eye. From the Greek word dicha meaning in two, and optic relating to sight) in dichoptic presentation, stimulus A is presented to the left eye and then stimulus B is presented to the right eye.

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  • Dictionary of Optometry and Visual Science, 7th edition. (2009)
  • Goldstein, E. B. (1989). Sensation and Perception. 3rd edition. ISBN 0-534-09672-7
  • The Chambers Dictionary. (1993).



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