Is there a dominant ear???
kr4 at is2.nyu.edu
Sun Sep 13 12:18:40 EST 1998
Zoro (Duy at writeme.com) wrote:
> functions that are the cause of the perception of fusion. My theory is that
> since the noise in the middle is so small, the brain descriminates against
> it, casting it aside as unimportant background noise. Perhaps like the
> blind spot in the eye?
The blind spot has to do with the lack of photoreceptors in that locus for that
particular eye. Since the spot in the other eye which views the same field is
functional, the viewer is usually unaware of the blind spot.
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