Heidi M Beaumont

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BACKGROUND There are conflicting reports concerning the ability of people with migraine to detect and discriminate visual motion. Previous studies used different displays and none adequately assessed other parameters that could affect performance, such as those that could indicate precortical dysfunction. METHODS Motion-direction detection, discrimination(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the potential for particular colors to alleviate visual discomfort when people with migraine view repetitive geometric or striped patterns. BACKGROUND Visual stimuli, such as flicker, glare, or stripes, can trigger migraine and headache. They can also elicit feelings of discomfort and aversion. There are reports that color can be used(More)
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