Quantification of visual orienting responses to coherent form and motion in typically developing children aged 0-12 years.

@article{Boot2012QuantificationOV,
  title={Quantification of visual orienting responses to coherent form and motion in typically developing children aged 0-12 years.},
  author={Fleur H Boot and Johan Pel and Heleen M. Evenhuis and Johannes van der Steen},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2012},
  volume={53 6},
  pages={2708-14}
}
PURPOSE Brain damage or brain development disorders can affect (the maturation of) visual processing functions, such as form and motion detection. The aim of our study was to investigate visual orienting responses of children to a coherent form and motion stimulus as a measure for maturation of visual information processing. METHODS The 213 typically developing children aged 0-12 years included in this study were shown a 100% coherent form and motion expansion stimulus on a remote eye… CONTINUE READING