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Visual Requirements for Reading
We have applied research on the visual psychophysics of reading to low vision assessment. Research on different aspects of the reading process found that reading rate rather than readingExpand
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Visual acuity testing. From the laboratory to the clinic
The need for precision in visual acuity assessment for low vision research led to the design of the Bailey-Lovie letter chart. This paper describes the decisions behind the design principles used andExpand
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What areas of of the visual field are important for mobility in low vision patients
1. The relationship between binocular visual field size and orientation and mobility performance was examined for nine low vision patients and nine age-matched normals. 2. Mobility performance wasExpand
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Vision and Mobility Performance of Subjects with Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Purpose. To investigate the effects of age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) on mobility performance and to identify the vision determinants of mobility in subjects with ARMD. Methods. WalkingExpand
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Validity and reliability of visual acuity measurements
  • J. Lovie-Kitchin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Ophthalmic & physiological optics : the journal…
  • 1 October 1988
A more scientific method than the Snellen chart for determining visual acuity is imperative for research studies and is desirable in many clinical situations. The psychometric method using theExpand
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The development of the LV Prasad-Functional Vision Questionnaire: a measure of functional vision performance of visually impaired children.
PURPOSE To develop a reliable and valid questionnaire (the LV Prasad-Functional Vision Questionnaire, LVP-FVQ) to assess self-reported functional vision problems of visually impaired school children.Expand
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Learning and Active Aging
ABSTRACT Learning is an important aspect of aging productively. This paper describes results from 2645 respondents (aged from 50 to 74 + years) to a 165-variable postal survey in Australia. The focusExpand
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Visual Impairment and Postural Sway among Older Adults with Glaucoma
Purpose. To investigate the effect of visual impairment on postural sway among older adults with open-angle glaucoma. Methods. This study included 54 community-dwelling participants with open-angleExpand
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Mobility performance with retinitis pigmentosa
Purpose: Reduced mobility can have a serious impact on quality of life. Though previous studies have demonstrated that some vision measures relate to the mobility of subjects with simulated and trueExpand
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Psychosocial Adjustment to Age-related Macular Degeneration
This article reports on a study of the psychosocial adjustment to age-related macular degeneration of 30 elderly persons by comparing the responses of subjects with this condition to those from age-Expand
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