The development of the temporal and nasal visual fields during infancy.

Abstract

We used static perimetry to measure the development of the monocular visual field during infancy. Infants from birth to 6 months of age, and adults, were shown a 3 or 6 degrees flashing light at various locations between 15 and 120 degrees in the temporal and nasal visual fields. We assumed that subjects could see a light if they moved their eyes toward it… (More)

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@article{Lewis1992TheDO, title={The development of the temporal and nasal visual fields during infancy.}, author={T. L. Lewis and Douglas M Maurer}, journal={Vision research}, year={1992}, volume={32 5}, pages={903-11} }