Psychophysics of reading. XV: Font effects in normal and low vision.

@article{Mansfield1996PsychophysicsOR,
  title={Psychophysics of reading. XV: Font effects in normal and low vision.},
  author={J. Stephen Mansfield and Gordon E. Legge and M C Bane},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={1996},
  volume={37 8},
  pages={1492-501}
}
PURPOSE Little is known about the effect of font on low-vision reading. In this study, the authors measured the influence of font in reading with normal and low vision. METHODS Reading acuity, maximum reading speed, and critical print size (the smallest print that can be read with maximum speed) were measured in 50 normal subjects and 42 subjects with low vision. Data were collected using versions of the MNREAD Acuity Chart printed with the Times (proportionally spaced) and Courier (fixed… CONTINUE READING