Reaction time in automated kinetic perimetry: effects of stimulus luminance, eccentricity, and movement direction

@article{Schiefer2001ReactionTI,
  title={Reaction time in automated kinetic perimetry: effects of stimulus luminance, eccentricity, and movement direction},
  author={U. Schiefer and H. Strasburger and S. Becker and R. Vonthein and J. Schiller and T. Dietrich and W. Hart},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={41},
  pages={2157-2164}
}
  • U. Schiefer, H. Strasburger, +4 authors W. Hart
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Vision Research
  • PURPOSE To determine the effects of stimulus eccentricity and luminance level on the reaction time (RT) of young normal volunteers during automated kinetic campimetry. METHODS We used a specially designed video-campimetric device equipped with a continuous infrared (IR) pupillographic fixation control (Tübingen Computer Campimeter) and recorded reaction times upon presenting horizontally moving small circular stimuli (size 26'; constant angular velocity 2 degrees /s) starting at 16 locations… CONTINUE READING

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