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Jan Brascamp

Psychology Department Research Associate

Vanderbilt University

HQ Phone: (615) 321-1300

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Vanderbilt University

2100 West End Ave.Suite 700

Nashville, Tennessee 37203

United States

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Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) is composed of Vanderbilt University Hospital, Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital, Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital, The Vanderbilt Clinic and Medical Group, and the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospit ... more

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Eyesight in the News

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And the research adds credence to the notion that adult brains can be retrained following trauma or surgery or even from the effects of aging or eye misalignment, said Jan Brascamp, a Vanderbilt psychology department research associate.

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Evidently it takes a while for the brain to accept the different views provided by the two eyes," said Brascamp. "The fusion of the two images is an indication that the brain is starting to come up with a solution to this confusing situation. Fusing the two views, he said, may be a more natural behavior compared to focusing on one of the two images exclusively.
The second part of the experiment involved patching one eye for about 24 hours after the eyes viewed two "rival" objects. Brascamp and Klink subjected themselves to this kind of "monocular patching" to test the team's initial theories.


Eyesight in the News

visionsofjoy.org [cached]

And the research adds credence to the notion that adult brains can be retrained following trauma or surgery or even from the effects of aging or eye misalignment, said Jan Brascamp, a Vanderbilt psychology department research associate.

...
Evidently it takes a while for the brain to accept the different views provided by the two eyes," said Brascamp. "The fusion of the two images is an indication that the brain is starting to come up with a solution to this confusing situation. Fusing the two views, he said, may be a more natural behavior compared to focusing on one of the two images exclusively.
The second part of the experiment involved patching one eye for about 24 hours after the eyes viewed two "rival" objects. Brascamp and Klink subjected themselves to this kind of "monocular patching" to test the team's initial theories.


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