Common eyesight myth demystified

28 January 2021

New research led by the University of St Andrews finds that a common eye condition has little or no impact on an aspect of a person’s 3-Dimensional perception.

The research, led by scientists from the School of Psychology and Neuroscience and published by the Royal Society Open Science, reveals, for the first time, that a common eye condition called strabismus, also often referred to as a squint, does not impair a person’s ability to perceive 3-D layout. The University's new page had more on this story.