PMID: 4041836Sep 9, 1985

Reinstatement of binocular depth perception by amphetamine and visual experience after visual cortex ablation

Brain Research
D M Feeney, D A Hovda


In adult cats with bilateral visual cortex ablation the complete deficit in binocular depth perception, as measured on a visual cliff, was reversed by 4 doses of amphetamine. The amphetamine-induced recovery endured after the amphetamine treatment was discontinued. This enduring recovery of function was not obtained if the animals were housed in the dark during drug intoxication. Therefore, both amphetamine intoxication and visual experience are simultaneously required for recovery of binocular depth perception after visual cortex ablation.


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