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    1. Jacobsen, K; Grottland, H; Flaten, MA
      Assessment of visual acuity in relation to central nervous system activation in children with mental retardation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL ON MENTAL RETARDATION
    2. Leat, SJ; St Pierre, J; Hassan-Abadi, S; Faubert, J
      The Moving Dynamic Random Dot Stereosize test: Development, age norms, andcomparison with the Frisby, Randot, and Stereo Smile tests

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY & STRABISMUS
    3. Westall, CA; Ainsworth, JR; Buncic, JR
      Which ocular and neurologic conditions cause disparate results in visual acuity scores recorded with visually evoked potential and teller acuity cards?

      JOURNAL OF AAPOS
    4. Southgate, V; Meints, K
      Typicality, naming, and category membership in young children

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    5. Neuringer, M
      Infant vision and retinal function in studies of dietary long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids: methods, results, and implications

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    6. Dogru, M; Shirabe, H; Nakamura, M; Sekiya, Y; Matsuno, M; Taoka, K; Nomura, K; Yamamoto, M
      Development of grating acuity in infants with Retinopathy of Prematurity

      ACTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    7. Patterson, ML; Werker, JF
      Matching phonetic information in lips and voice is robust in 4.5-month-oldinfants

      INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT
    8. Dobson, V; Quinn, GE; Siatkowski, RM; Baker, JD; Hardy, RJ; Reynolds, JD; Trese, MT; Tung, B
      Agreement between grating acuity at age 1 year and Snellen acuity at age 5.5 years in the preterm child

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    9. Ellemberg, D; Lewis, TL; Liu, CH; Maurer, D
      Development of spatial and temporal vision during childhood

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. KATSUMI O; CHEDID SG; KRONHEIM JK; HENRY RK; JONES CM; HIROSE T
      VISUAL ABILITY SCORE - A NEW METHOD TO ANALYZE ABILITY IN VISUALLY-IMPAIRED CHILDREN

      Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica
    11. CINER EB; SCHMIDT PP; ORELBIXLER D; DOBSON V; MAGUIRE M; CYERT L; MOORE B; SCHULTZ J
      VISION SCREENING OF PRESCHOOL-CHILDREN - EVALUATING THE PAST, LOOKINGTOWARD THE FUTURE

      Optometry and vision science
    12. PORRO G; WITTEBOLPOST D; VANNIEUWENHUIZEN O; ROOTLIEB AJFS; TREFFERS WF
      LONGITUDINAL FOLLOW-UP OF GRATING ACUITY IN CHILDREN AFFECTED BY CEREBRAL-PALSY - RESULTS OF A 5-YEAR STUDY

      Eye
    13. Rydberg, A; Ericson, B
      Assessing visual function in children younger than 11/2 years with normal and subnormal vision: Evaluation of methods

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY & STRABISMUS
    14. MASH C; DOBSON V
      LONG-TERM RELIABILITY AND PREDICTIVE-VALIDITY OF THE TELLER ACUITY CARD PROCEDURE

      Vision research
    15. MACKIE RT; MCCULLOCH DL; SAUNDERS KJ; DAY RE; PHILLIPS S; DUTTON GN
      RELATION BETWEEN NEUROLOGICAL STATUS, REFRACTIVE ERROR, AND VISUAL-ACUITY IN CHILDREN - A CLINICAL-STUDY

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    16. PORRO G; DEKKER EM; VANNIEUWENHUIZEN O; WITTEBOLPOST D; SCHILDER MBH; SCHENKROOTLIEB AJF; TREFFERS WF
      VISUAL BEHAVIORS OF NEUROLOGICALLY IMPAIRED CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT - AN ETHOLOGICAL STUDY

      British journal of ophthalmology
    17. RYDBERG A
      ASSESSMENT OF VISUAL-ACUITY IN ADULT PATIENTS WITH STRABISMIC AMBLYOPIA - A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE PREFERENTIAL LOOKING METHOD AND DIFFERENT ACUITY CHARTS

      Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica
    18. KATSUMI O; DENNO S; CHEDID SG; HIROSE T
      5 YEARS EXPERIENCE WITH THE GRATING DISC - A SIMPLIFIED METHOD OF EVALUATING VISION IN YOUNG-CHILDREN

      Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica
    19. SEYMOURE P; JURASKA JM
      VERNIER AND GRATING ACUITY IN ADULT HOODED RATS - THE INFLUENCE OF SEX

      Behavioral neuroscience
    20. JACOBSEN K; MAGNUSSEN S; SMITH L
      HIDDEN VISUAL CAPABILITIES IN MENTALLY-RETARDED SUBJECTS DIAGNOSED ASDEAF-BLIND

      Vision research
    21. MACKIE RT; SAUNDERS KJ; DAY RE; DUTTON GN; MCCULLOCH DL
      VISUAL-ACUITY ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN WITH NEUROLOGICAL IMPAIRMENT USING GRATING AND VANISHING OPTOTYPE ACUITY CARDS

      Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica
    22. RODRIGUEZ A; VILLARREAL J; PAEZ JH
      VISUAL-ACUITY AND RETINOSCOPY OF PRETERM AND FULL-TERM INFANTS DURINGTHE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE

      Annals of ophthalmology. Glaucoma
    23. CINER EB; SCHANELKLITSCH E; HERZBERG C
      STEREOACUITY DEVELOPMENT - 6 MONTHS TO 5 YEARS - A NEW TOOL FOR TESTING AND SCREENING

      Optometry and vision science
    24. WOODHOUSE JM; PAKEMAN VH; SAUNDERS KJ; PARKER M; FRASER WI; LOBO S; SASTRY P
      VISUAL-ACUITY AND ACCOMMODATION IN INFANTS AND YOUNG-CHILDREN WITH DOWNS-SYNDROME

      JIDR. Journal of intellectual disability research
    25. FRISBY JP; DAVIS H; MCMORROW K
      AN IMPROVED TRAINING PROCEDURE AS A PRECURSOR TO TESTING YOUNG-CHILDREN WITH THE FRISBY STEREOTEST

      Eye
    26. SAUNDERS KJ; WESTALL CA; WOODHOUSE JM
      LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF MONOCULAR GRATING ACUITY - PREDICTIVE VALUE OF ESTIMATES IN INFANCY

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    27. COURAGE ML; ADAMS RJ
      INFANT PERIPHERAL-VISION - THE DEVELOPMENT OF MONOCULAR VISUAL-ACUITYIN THE FIRST 3 MONTHS OF POSTNATAL LIFE

      Vision research
    28. TOMPSON DA; MOLLER H; RUSSELLEGGITT I; KRISS A
      VISUAL-ACUITY IN UNILATERAL CATARACT

      British journal of ophthalmology
    29. KATSUMI O; CHEDID SG; KRONHEIM JK; HENRY RK; DENNO S; HIROSE T
      CORRELATING PREFERENTIAL LOOKING VISUAL-ACUITY AND VISUAL BEHAVIOR INSEVERELY VISUALLY HANDICAPPED-CHILDREN

      Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica
    30. MACKIE RT; MCCULLOCH DL; SAUNDERS KJ; BALLANTYNE J; DAY RE; BRADNAM MS; DUTTON GN
      COMPARISON OF VISUAL ASSESSMENT TESTS IN MULTIPLY HANDICAPPED-CHILDREN

      Eye
    31. WILKINSON F
      ACUITIES FOR TEXTURES AND GRATINGS IN KITTENS ASSESSED BY PREFERENTIAL LOOKING

      Behavioural brain research
    32. SALOMAO SR; VENTURA DF
      LARGE-SAMPLE POPULATION AGE NORMS FOR VISUAL ACUITIES OBTAINED WITH VISTECH-TELLER ACUITY CARDS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    33. MAYER DL; BEISER AS; WARNER AF; PRATT EM; RAYE KN; LANG JM
      MONOCULAR ACUITY NORMS FOR THE TELLER ACUITY CARDS BETWEEN AGES ONE MONTH AND 4 YEARS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    34. LEWIS TL; MAURER D; BRENT HP
      DEVELOPMENT OF GRATING ACUITY IN CHILDREN TREATED FOR UNILATERAL OR BILATERAL CONGENITAL CATARACT

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    35. SKOCZENSKI AM; ASLIN RN
      ASSESSMENT OF VERNIER ACUITY DEVELOPMENT USING THE EQUIVALENT INTRINSIC BLUR PARADIGM

      Vision research
    36. JACOBSEN K; MAGNUSSEN S; SUNDET JM
      PREFERENTIAL LOOKING - A SUDDEN SHIFT IN VISUAL FIXATION PATTERN AT 32 MONTHS OF AGE

      Scandinavian journal of psychology
    37. SUZUKI Y; AWAYA S
      STUDIES ON DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL-ACUITY IN INFANTS MEASURED BY THE TELLER ACUITY CARDS

      Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology
    38. MACKIE RT; MCCULLOCH DL
      ASSESSMENT OF VISUAL-ACUITY IN MULTIPLY HANDICAPPED-CHILDREN

      British journal of ophthalmology
    39. KUSHNER BJ; LUCCHESE NJ; MORTON GV
      GRATING VISUAL-ACUITY WITH TELLER CARDS COMPARED WITH SNELLEN VISUAL-ACUITY IN LITERATE PATIENTS

      Archives of ophthalmology
    40. SPELKE ES
      PREFERENTIAL LOOKING AND INTERMODAL PERCEPTION IN INFANCY - COMMENT

      Infant behavior & development
    41. ADOH TO; WOODHOUSE JM
      THE CARDIFF ACUITY TEST USED FOR MEASURING VISUAL-ACUITY DEVELOPMENT IN TODDLERS

      Vision research
    42. BROWN AM
      INTRINSIC CONTRAST NOISE AND INFANT VISUAL CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research
    43. SIRETEANU R; FRONIUS M; CONSTANTINESCU DH
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL-ACUITY IN THE PERIPHERAL VISUAL-FIELD OF HUMAN INFANTS - BINOCULAR AND MONOCULAR MEASUREMENTS

      Vision research
    44. GOOD WV; JAN JE; DESA L; BARKOVICH AJ; GROENVELD M; HOYT CS
      CORTICAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN CHILDREN

      Survey of ophthalmology
    45. EKEN P; VANNIEUWENHUIZEN O; VANDERGRAAF Y; SCHALIJDELFOS NE; DEVRIES LS
      RELATION BETWEEN NEONATAL CRANIAL ULTRASOUND ABNORMALITIES AND CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN INFANCY

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    46. HAEGERSTROMPORTNOY G
      NEW PROCEDURES FOR EVALUATING VISION FUNCTIONS OF SPECIAL POPULATIONS

      Optometry and vision science
    47. APKARIAN P
      TEMPORAL FREQUENCY RESPONSIVITY SHOWS MULTIPLE MATURATIONAL PHASES - STATE-DEPENDENT VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIAL LUMINANCE FLICKER FUSION FROM BIRTH TO 9 MONTHS

      Visual neuroscience
    48. LEWIS TL; REED MJ; MAURER D; WYNGAARDEN PA; BRENT HP
      AN EVALUATION OF ACUITY CARD PROCEDURES

      Clinical vision sciences
    49. JANICKE B; SCHULZ E
      GRATING ACUITY IN NORMAL INFANTS - INFLUENCE OF TEST FIELD SIZE

      Clinical vision sciences
    50. HARTNETT ME; GILBERT MM; HIROSE T; RICHARDSON TM; KATSUMI O
      GLAUCOMA AS A CAUSE OF POOR VISION IN SEVERE RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY

      Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology
    51. QUINN GE; BERLIN JA; JAMES M
      THE TELLER ACUITY CARD PROCEDURE - 3 TESTERS IN A CLINICAL SETTING

      Ophthalmology
    52. ODELL CD; HARSHAW K; BOOTHE RG
      VISION SCREENING OF INDIVIDUALS WITH SEVERE OR PROFOUND MENTAL-RETARDATION

      MENTAL RETARDATION
    53. BROVARONE FV; FEA A; PIAT LC; PORRO G; PONZETTO M; AMERIO G
      PREFERENTIAL LOOKING - PARAMETERS AND PRELIMINARY DATA OF A NEW COMPUTERIZED VERSION

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    54. BROVARONE FV; FEA A; PIAT LC; PORRO G; PONZETTO M; CORTASSA F
      PREFERENTIAL LOOKING TECHNIQUES YIELD IMPORTANT INFORMATION IN STRABISMIC AMBLYOPIA FOLLOW-UP

      Documenta ophthalmologica


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