L G Hoffman

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The relation of accommodative to visual-motor perceptual abilities was investigated. patients between 5 and 13 years of age manifesting both accommodative and visual-motor perceptual deficits were given accommodative therapy. The effect of this therapy was analyzed, and the results indicated that improvement in the visual and motor perceptual abilities(More)
Contrast sensitivity, a more recent test of visual function, has never been studied in its relationship to sports vision. The hypothesis that contrast sensitivity functions among college varsity level baseball players significantly differs from that of a random sample of optometry students was tested using Arden grating plates. A statistically significant(More)
Optometrists utilize handouts and pamphlets to facilitate information and instruction recall by their patients. A study was conducted to determine the effect of using pictorial cues. Thirty-six college students learned fifteen nouns in numerical order. In one condition subjects perceived the nouns alone, in another they perceived the nouns with(More)
In examination and treatment of patients with strabismus one often encounters abnormal sensory adaptations such as eccentric fixation and anomalous retinal correspondence. Prognosis and treatment of strabismus are dependent on the presence or absence of these conditions. When eccentric fixation is present it becomes difficult to interpret the results of(More)
Studies have shown that many children with learning problems have difficulties of an integrative nature. In addition, these same children often require more time for visual information processing. In this study, the Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration (VMI) was given to children between the ages of 5 and 12 years, the children being categorized(More)
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