Developmental Eye Movement Test: reliability and symptomatology.

@article{Tassinari2005DevelopmentalEM,
  title={Developmental Eye Movement Test: reliability and symptomatology.},
  author={John T Tassinari and Paul N Deland},
  journal={Optometry},
  year={2005},
  volume={76 7},
  pages={387-99}
}
BACKGROUND The Developmental Eye Movement Test (DEM) is a widely used visual skill test, especially in the context of a vision therapy evaluation. It is intended to diagnose oculomotor dysfunction (OMD) and can also identify deficient rapid automatized naming. As such, its reliability and associated symptomatology are important. METHODS The DEM test-retest reliability was investigated within two populations: a group of 53 office patients who were participating in vision therapy evaluation in… CONTINUE READING

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