There is no information available about the effects of unilateral (one
side only) stimulation of the occipital lobes.
Some interesting observations have been made about the occipital lobes - ones that treat them equally.
In principle, the hippocampal signals may have positive effects when applied over the right occipital lobe, but
this is not well-tested in practice.
Speaking about the occipital lobes as one structure, there are some very intriguing observations.
One is that remote viewing is associated with unusual activity over the occipital lobes. The study that uncovered
this reported experiments with a pilot remote viewer. The study observed that "Remote viewing may be enhanced
by complex experimentally generated magnetic fields designed to interact with the Neuromagnetic 'binding factor'
The MODULATED 40HZ SIGNAL is designed to do just that. However, it has not been tested in practice.
The amygdaloid signal has not been tested over the occipital lobes
The sleep-derived Thalamic signal has not been tested over the occipital lobes
The Event-Related Potential-derived signal has not been tested over the occipital lobes.
The hippocampal signal has been tested over both occipital lobes by a very few people - not enough to justify generalizations
- using the first generation of complex magnetic signal technology. Positive sessions were reported.
Persinger, M.A. Et Al, "Remote Viewing With The Artist Ingo
Swann: Neuropsychological Profile, Electroencephalographic Correlates, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) And Possible
Mechanisms" Perceptual And Motor Skills, 2002, 94, 927-949