At What Age Can Babies Respond To Stereovision Targets?

In previous blog posts we’ve talked about the uniqueness of random dot stereo targets.  This morning I had the pleasure of a visit in the office with our grandson, Ethan, and his dad — Dr. Dan — decided to do a little investigating.  Okay, so I’m biased, but Ethan is a really well-behaved and bright six month-old.  I’ve written and taught that at six months old babies have the capacity to respond preferentially to random dot targets in a clinical setting.  So would six month Ethan come through for his dad and his dad’s dad?  You betcha!

– Ethan D. Press

– Daniel J. Press, O.D.

– Leonard J. Press, O.D., FCOVD, FAAO

About Leonard J. Press, O.D., FAAO, FCOVD

Developmental Optometry is my passion as well as occupation. Blogging allows me to share thoughts in a unique visual style.
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7 Responses to At What Age Can Babies Respond To Stereovision Targets?

  1. Marc Taub says:

    Glen did something similar when my son was about the same age and it was really cool to watch!

  2. Laya says:

    not sure what the whole stereodot thing is but Ethan sure is cute!

  3. Mary VanHoy says:

    What a little sweetheart! Isn’t it great having your own built-in laboratory?!

  4. Dori Carlson says:

    Thanks for sharing the photos. Great stuff!

  5. Annie Hellerstein Harmon says:

    What a cutie!!!

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