Adult neuroplasticity: working one eye gives an advantage to the other
O'Shea, RP 2016, 'Adult neuroplasticity: Working one eye gives an advantage to the other', Current Biology, vol. 27, no. 6, pp. R230-R231.
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A recent study has found that viewing one image with one eye and a lower-contrast image with the other eye as briefly as a few minutes alters the subsequent balance of activity between the two eyes revealing adult neuroplasticity.