corresponding retinal points

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For a given degree of ocular convergence, any pair of points, one on each retina, on to which a point in the visual field is projected. If the left retina and its image were to be superimposed on the right retina and its image, with the two foveas overlapping, then the corresponding retinal points and all other points on the horopter would coincide. See also correspondence problem.

Subjects: Psychology.

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