Prolonged perceptual learning of positional acuity in adult amblyopia: perceptual template retuning dynamics.

@article{Li2008ProlongedPL,
  title={Prolonged perceptual learning of positional acuity in adult amblyopia: perceptual template retuning dynamics.},
  author={Roger W Li and Stanley A. Klein and Dennis M Levi},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={28 52},
  pages={14223-9}
}
Amblyopia is a developmental abnormality that results in physiological alterations in the visual cortex and impairs form vision. It is often successfully treated by patching the sound eye in infants and young children, but is generally considered to be untreatable in adults. However, a number of recent studies suggest that repetitive practice of a visual task using the amblyopic eye results in improved performance in both children and adults with amblyopia. These perceptual learning studies… CONTINUE READING

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