Amplitude dependent accommodative dynamics in humans

Abstract

Dynamics of accommodation (far-to-near focus) and disaccommodation (near-to-far focus) are described as a function of response amplitude. Accommodative responses to step stimuli of various amplitudes presented in real space were measured in eight 20-30 year old subjects. Responses were fitted with exponential functions to determine amplitude, time constant… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2003.08.004

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