Effects of age on peripheral vision

@inproceedings{Wolf1962EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of age on peripheral vision},
  author={Ernst Dipl Ing Wolf},
  year={1962}
}
CHANGES IN VISUAL SENSITIVITY WITH AGE AT PHOTOPIC, MESOPIC AND SCOTOPIC LUMINANCE LEVELS HAVE BEEN FOUND IN STUDIES ON VISUAL ACUITY, DARK ADAPTATION, AND FLICKER. IT ALSO HAS BEEN SHOWN THAT SENSITIVITY TO GLARE INCREASES WITH AGE. APPROXIMATELY AT THE AGE OF 40 YEARS THE PACE OF CHANGE IS ACCELERATED. THIS CAN BE SHOWN EQUALLY WELL FOR THE DARK ADAPTATION, FLICKER, AND GLARE DATA. MOST STUDIES THUS FAR HAVE BEEN RESTRICTED TO TESTS IN THE CENTRAL VISUAL FIELD. INFORMATION ON VISUAL… CONTINUE READING

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