Development of Perception: Psychobiological Perspectives. by Richard N. Aslin

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5 c/deg. - - i 3 v/- 120B _i i i l 120 CO 80 > 40 20 40 DAYS 60 OF 80 # '' 140 160 Q 180 RECOVERY Fig. 7 The recovery of vision of the monocularly deprived eye of three animals, 108R, 113R, and 120B, that were monocularly deprived by eyelid suture from the time of natural eye opening until, respectively, 108, 113, or 120 days of age. Following the period of monocular occlusion, the animal was either forced to use the formerly deprived eye by reversing the eyelid suture (108R and 113R), or, as was the case for 120B, visual input was allowed to both eyes.

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