M F Cummings

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The visual field of normal infants was assessed using a perimeter with LED stimuli and a forced-choice observation procedure. Central fixation was elicited by four central, pulsing LEDs and maintained with the aid of auditory stimuli. Field extent was derived from the four-alternative, forced-choice judgments of an adult who observed the infant's eye(More)
A light-emitting diode (LED) perimeter and forced-choice procedures are described that enable quantitative assessment of peripheral visual fields of young children. The visual fields of normal children, aged 2-5 years, and adults are compared. There are no significant differences in the extent of the LED visual field of the children and the adults. For(More)
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