Motivational Vector for the Children’s, Teenagers’ and Adults’ Stereo Vision Development after Strabismus Elimination (Physiological Aspects)
I.E. Rabichev*,**, A.V. Kotov***,****, A.Kh. Danilova**Show more
*Moscow State Pedagogical University
**Vision Research and Correction Center «Perception»
***P.K. Anokhin Research Institute of Normal Physiology
****Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University
e-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Abstract. There are a number of reasons why measures aimed at development of stereo vision after strabismus elimination have low effectiveness. One of them is ignoring the patients’ motivational component by a medical specialist during corrective treatment. The authors developed and tested a new training method of the voluntary micro vergence eye movements for stereo vision development in case a patient has a vector-based motivational activity. A positive result is reached by the patients’ hierarchical motivational activity and their desire for achieving a final advantageous adaptive effect, i.e. full-scale binocular stereo vision.
Key words: motivational vector, strabismus, fusion, stereo vision development.