The broad conclusion that ‘group memberships play a part in the resolution of binocular conflict’ is extended by this study beyond the single geographic entity and the specific ethnic groups with respect to which it was derived. The variant forms in which the resolutions of binocular conflict was manifested, and the failure to provide an ‘explanation’ of the descriptive results by introducing certain conceptually associated variables, are taken as suggesting the need for an experimental design in which relevant social situational variables complement those with specifically ‘individual’ reference.