Date of Award
Master of Science in Vision Science
Clifton M. Schor
By measuring the stereoacuity of strabismic patients to both crossed and uncrossed disparity, we correlated the direction of steroblindness associated with the direction of strabismus. The KEYSTONE AIRPLANE SERIES was modified to enable threshold measurements to crossed and uncrossed disparities. We concluded that there is a statistically significant deficiency (.05 level) of uncrossed disparities by esotropes.
Corrado, John and Hollman, Randy, "Correlation of direction of stereoblindness with strabismic patients" (1976). College of Optometry. 413.