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Eye dominance in sport A comparative study

@inproceedings{Griffiths2003EyeDI,
  title={Eye dominance in sport A comparative study},
  author={G. Griffiths and Brian V. Mech and Eng. and H. Ha},
  year={2003}
}
  • G. Griffiths, Brian V. Mech, +1 author H. Ha
  • Published 2003
  • Perhaps the most important contribution sports vision could make, is to demonstrate a direct relationship between vision and sporting performance. Scientific proof, if it exists, could have a profound effect on thinking in optometry, the sporting institutions and amongst coaches and sports participants (50% of the population). It may also have implications in other areas of occupational optometry. Geraint Griffiths BSc Mech. Eng., MScOptom, MCOptom 
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