Methods for Dichoptic Stimulus Presentation in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging - A Review
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Citation (published version)Choubey, Bhaskar, Alina Jurcoane, Lars Muckli, Ruxandra Sireteanu. "Methods for Dichoptic Stimulus Presentation in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging - A Review" The Open Neuroimaging Journal 3: 17-25. (2009)
Dichoptic stimuli (different stimuli displayed to each eye) are increasingly being used in functional brain imaging experiments using visual stimulation. These studies include investigation into binocular rivalry, interocular information transfer, three-dimensional depth perception as well as impairments of the visual system like amblyopia and stereodeficiency. In this paper, we review various approaches of displaying dichoptic stimulus used in functional magnetic resonance imaging experiments. These include traditional approaches of using filters (red-green, red-blue, polarizing) with optical assemblies as well as newer approaches of using bi-screen goggles.
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