SUSAN BARRY PH.D – ARTICLES, INTERVIEWS, ETC.
|Do You See What I See? A Scientist’s Journey into 3D||An Eye-Opening Memoir|
|Fixing My Gaze has been translated into Japanese, Korean, Italian, Danish, and Spanish.||From 2-D to 3-D Sight: How One Scientist Learned to See|
|The key to 3-D visionA visual impairment that condemns children to see in only two dimensions can go unrecognized for years and be mistaken for stigmatized learning disabilities and/or behavioral disorders.||How I Learned to See in 3DPrint Q&A with Sue from the New Scientist, June 6, 2009|
|Sue’s Psychology Today Blog, Eyes on the Brain||A Neurologist’s Notebook, “Stereo Sue”|
|National Public Radio (NPR): Going Binocular: Sue’ First SnowfallAudio of NPR Interview||Audio Podcast Interview with Dr. Susan Barry|
|Sue Barry’s Successfully Overcomes Strabismus (Esotropia) as an Adult with Vision Therapy||For scientist Sue Barry, the world was flat until she was 48 years old.|
|Bright Eyes Vision News: Interview with Susan Barry||Neurobiologist Finds That the Adult Brain is Quite Flexible|