Changes in blink rate and ocular symptoms during different reading tasks

@inproceedings{Abusharha2017ChangesIB,
  title={Changes in blink rate and ocular symptoms during different reading tasks},
  author={Ali A Abusharha},
  booktitle={Clinical optometry},
  year={2017}
}
Background Reading from tablets is fundamental to modern culture. This study measured differences in the blink rate and symptoms of ocular discomfort in healthy participants during reading from a tablet and a paper book. Methods Forty healthy, normal males subjects were recruited for this study. Subjects were video recorded during reading a text presented on an electronic device (9.7 inch tablet) and a hard copy format, for 15 min. Ocular discomfort experienced during reading was scored using… CONTINUE READING
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