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Visual evoked potentials (VEP) elicited by a dynamic random-dot correlogram were used to assess the development of cortical binocular function in infant subjects. In a group of newborn infants who showed a VEP for a comparable non-binocular stimulus, none showed evidence of binocular function. A further group of infants were tested longitudinally, starting between 35-50 days. The median age for the first evidence of binocular function in this group was 91 days, with individual variation from 54 to at least 105 days.


Journal article


Hum Neurobiol

Publication Date





65 - 69


Aging, Evoked Potentials, Visual, Eye, Humans, Infant, Infant, Newborn, Longitudinal Studies