The relationship between performance-based visual acuity screening, self-reported visual acuity, and neuropsychological performance.

@article{Skeel2003TheRB,
  title={The relationship between performance-based visual acuity screening, self-reported visual acuity, and neuropsychological performance.},
  author={Reid L. Skeel and Ayesha Nagra and Wendy A Vanvoorst and Elizabeth C. Olson},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  year={2003},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={129-36}
}
Despite frequent cautions in the literature concerning the importance of visual acuity in neuropsychological testing, there are few published empirical investigations of what constitutes "sufficient" visual acuity, nor are there published guidelines for performance-based visual screening techniques. The current study attempted to validate the utility of a visual acuity screening technique by examining individuals with varying visual ability on neuropsychological measures. Results revealed… CONTINUE READING