Why would Panum's Fusional Area be asymmetrical?

confusy

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    Hi all, I'm studying about depth perception and Panum's fusional area and am faced with a question as to why panum's area would be asymmetrical (for crossed and uncrossed disparities) or symmetrical for different individuals?
    Can anyone help me out please? Thanks!!! :)
     

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      confusy said:
      Hi all, I'm studying about depth perception and Panum's fusional area and is faced with a question as to why panum's area would be asymmetrical (for crossed and uncrossed disparities) or symmetrical for different individuals?
      Can anyone help me out please? Thanks!!! :)
      Maybe due to an existing phoria that cannot be compensated for by the fusional reserve and thus there is no correspondence in the visual axes.
       
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