Hou Lab

Our research interests include investigating human visual cortex development and brain plasticity associated with amblyopia (lazy eye) and strabismus (misaligned eyes).


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Journal Articles
Hou, C., Tyson, T. L., Üner, I., & Verghese, P.. (2017). Latent Binocular Interactions in Cortical Area V1 of Human Amblyopia. Journal Of Vision, 17(10), 758-758. http://doi.org/10.1167/17.10.758 (Original work published 2017)
Presentations/Posters
Wong-Kee-You, A. M. B., Wei, H., Lai, X. J., & Hou, C.. (2019). Estimated Counting During Dichoptic Viewing in Amblyopia. Date Published 06/2019, Toronto, ON: International Conference on Predictive Vision. (Original work published 2019)

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