please, in the topic about split-mind subjects, how does an eye see what the other doesn't see, knowing that BOTH eyes have OVERLAPING sight fields, i mean the right nasal retine sees the same as the left temporal one and vice versa, means both hemisphers get the same image eventually even if they were not connected

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please, in the topic about split-mind subjects, how does an eye see what the other doesn't see, knowing that BOTH eyes have OVERLAPING sight fields, i mean the right nasal retine sees the same as the left temporal one and vice versa, means both hemisphers get the same image eventually even if they were not connected

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Split-brain is a topic with some research in it. You will need to look into academic sources, which may require a database login. Here is an overview that has a few names to look into: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-superhuman-mind/201211/split-brains You need to find researchers like those first, then look at their research or on what has been said about their research in more digestible forms, such as reference books or articles like that one.
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