Margit Alt Murphy

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Development of reliable and objective evaluation methods is required, particularly for natural and goal-oriented upper-extremity tasks. Three-dimensional imaging measurement techniques have turned out to be a powerful tool for a quantitative and qualitative assessment of multijoint movements. The purpose of this study was to develop and test a method of(More)
To date, there have been few studies to evaluate directly the relationship between binocular visual stress and reading performance. This study employed the cloze procedure to demonstrate the effects of nearpoint stress on performance and efficiency in reading comprehension. Using 19 third year optometry students as subjects, binocular stress was simulated(More)
The standard curves based on data from Denver are used to determine whether birth weights are appropriate. Several reports note differences between their birth weights and those from the Denver report and ascribe them to climatic and socioeconomic conditions. This study analyzed the data for a middle-class city near sea level. The birth weights for two(More)
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