Supervisor: JANDÓ, Gábor
Co-supervisor: Dr. MIKÓ-BARÁTH, Eszter
This project concerns the biological basis of 3D vision. A recent theory claims that binocular information is processed by two functionally distinct, parallel channels in the brain. Here, we would like to identify and characterise these two mechanisms by measuring responses to tricky movies, so-called dynamic random dot stereograms. We use psychophysical, electrophysiological (EEG) and functional imaging (fMRI) methods.