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    1. Fosse, P; Valberg, A; Arnljot, HM
      Retinal illuminance and the dissociation of letter and crating acuity in age-related macular degeneration

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    2. Dogru, M; Shirabe, H; Nakamura, M; Taoka, K; Nomura, K; Yamamoto, M
      Effect of retinopathy of prematurity on resolution acuity development in 1-to 3-year-old children

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY & STRABISMUS
    3. Amaya, L; Cassidy, L; Nischal, K; Russell-Eggitt, I
      Should we aggressively treat unilateral congenital cataracts? View 2

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    4. Holmes, JM; Beck, RW; Repka, MX; Leske, DA; Kraker, RT; Blair, RC; Moke, PS; Birch, EE; Saunders, RA; Hertle, RW; Quinn, GE; Simons, KA; Miller, JM
      The amblyopia treatment study visual acuity testing protocol

      ARCHIVES OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    5. Adams, RJ; Courage, ML; Drover, JR
      Retest variability of human infant contrast sensitivity: How many tests are sufficient?

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    6. Ellemberg, D; Lewis, TL; Maurer, D; Brent, HP
      Influence of monocular deprivation during infancy on the later developmentof spatial and temporal vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    7. Prusky, GT; West, PWR; Douglas, RM
      Behavioral assessment of visual acuity in mice and rats

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Hall, HL; Courage, ML; Adams, RJ
      The predictive utility of the Teller acuity cards for assessing visual outcome in children with preterm birth and associated perinatal risks

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. van den Hout, BM; Stiers, P; Haers, M; van der Schouw, YT; Eken, P; Vandenbussche, E; van Nieuwenhuizen, O; de Vries, LS
      Relation between visual perceptual impairment and neonatal ultrasound diagnosis of haemorrhagic - ischaemic brain lesions in 5-year-old children

      DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY
    10. 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
    11. Mohan, KM; Dobson, V; Harvey, EM; Delaney, SM; Leber, NR
      Does rate of stimulus presentation affect measured visual field extent in infants and toddlers?

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    12. Vanselow, K; Kaiser, P; Stark, N; Schlosser, R; Zubcov, A
      Visual outcome in 2-year-old children after cryocoagulation of threshold retinopathy of prematurity

      OPHTHALMOLOGE
    13. Weinacht, S; Kind, C; Monting, JS; Gottlob, I
      Visual development in preterm and full-term infants: A prospective masked study

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    14. Demanins, R; Wang, YZ; Hess, RF
      The neural deficit in strabismic amblyopia: sampling considerations

      VISION RESEARCH
    15. Ellemberg, D; Lewis, TL; Maurer, D; Lui, CH; Brent, HP
      Spatial and temporal vision in patients treated for bilateral congenital cataracts

      VISION RESEARCH
    16. Ellemberg, D; Lewis, TL; Liu, CH; Maurer, D
      Development of spatial and temporal vision during childhood

      VISION RESEARCH
    17. Maurer, D; Lewis, TL; Brent, HP; Levin, AV
      Rapid improvement in the acuity of infants after visual input

      SCIENCE
    18. 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
    19. KIORPES L; KIPER DC; OKEEFE LP; CAVANAUGH JR; MOVSHON JA
      NEURONAL CORRELATES OF AMBLYOPIA IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX OF MACAQUE MONKEYS WITH EXPERIMENTAL STRABISMUS AND ANISOMETROPIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    20. RAINA J
      A COMPARISON OF WRIGHT CARD WITH TELLER CARD FOR DETECTION OF AMBLYOPIA

      Journal of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus
    21. MASH C; DOBSON V
      LONG-TERM RELIABILITY AND PREDICTIVE-VALIDITY OF THE TELLER ACUITY CARD PROCEDURE

      Vision research
    22. CANDY TR; CROWELL JA; BANKS MS
      OPTICAL, RECEPTORAL, AND RETINAL CONSTRAINTS ON FOVEAL AND PERIPHERAL-VISION IN THE HUMAN NEONATE

      Vision research (Oxford)
    23. DOBSON V; BROWN AM; HARVEY EM; NARTER DB
      VISUAL-FIELD EXTENT IN CHILDREN 3.5-30 MONTHS OF AGE TESTED WITH A DOUBLE-ARC LED PERIMETER

      Vision research (Oxford)
    24. YAMAMOTO M; DOGRU M; NAKAMURA M; SHIRABE H; TSUKAHARA Y; SEKIYA Y
      VISUAL FUNCTION FOLLOWING CONGENITAL CATARACT-SURGERY

      Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology
    25. VANHOFVANDUIN J; CIONI G; BERTUCCELLI B; FAZZI B; ROMANO C; BOLDRINI A
      VISUAL OUTCOME AT 5 YEARS OF NEWBORN-INFANTS AT RISK OF CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    26. 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
    27. 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
    28. ZEMON V; HARTMANN EE; GORDON J; PRUNTEGLOWAZKI A
      AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE FOR ASSESSMENT OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL VISION

      Optometry and vision science
    29. BROWN AM
      VERNIER ACUITY IN HUMAN INFANTS - RAPID EMERGENCE SHOWN IN A LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      Optometry and vision science
    30. CARKEET A; LEVI DM; MANNY RE
      DEVELOPMENT OF VERNIER ACUITY IN CHILDHOOD

      Optometry and vision science
    31. HARVEY EM; DOBSON V; NARTER DB
      THE INFLUENCE OF A CENTRAL STIMULUS ON VISUAL-FIELD MEASUREMENTS IN CHILDREN FROM 3.5 TO 30 MONTHS OF AGE

      Optometry and vision science
    32. FANG LL; BAUER J; HELD R; GWIAZDA J
      THE OBLIQUE EFFECT IN CHINESE INFANTS AND ADULTS

      Optometry and vision science
    33. CIONI G; FAZZI B; COLUCCINI M; BARTALENA L; BOLDRINI A; DUIN JV
      CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN PRETERM INFANTS WITH PERIVENTRICULAR LEUKOMALACIA

      Pediatric neurology
    34. COURAGE ML; ADAMS RJ
      VISUAL-ACUITY IN EXTREMELY LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT INFANTS

      Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics
    35. GRUNEWALD SM; MAYER UM
      ACUITY NORMS OF INFANTS BY CLINICAL-APPLI CATION OF TELLER ACUITY CARDS

      Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde
    36. HATTON DD; BAILEY DB; BURCHINAL MR; FERRELL KA
      DEVELOPMENTAL GROWTH-CURVES OF PRESCHOOL-CHILDREN WITH VISION IMPAIRMENTS

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

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    38. GETZ LM; DOBSON V; LUNA B; MASH C
      INTEROBSERVER RELIABILITY OF THE TELLER ACUITY CARD PROCEDURE IN PEDIATRIC-PATIENTS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    39. KIORPES L; MOVSHON JA
      AMBLYOPIA - A DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER OF THE CENTRAL VISUAL PATHWAYS

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    40. COURAGE ML; ADAMS RJ
      INFANT PERIPHERAL-VISION - THE DEVELOPMENT OF MONOCULAR VISUAL-ACUITYIN THE FIRST 3 MONTHS OF POSTNATAL LIFE

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

      British journal of ophthalmology
    42. CARLSON SE; WERKMAN SH; TOLLEY EA
      EFFECT OF LONG-CHAIN N-3 FATTY-ACID SUPPLEMENTATION ON VISUAL-ACUITY AND GROWTH OF PRETERM INFANTS WITH AND WITHOUT BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    43. SALOMAO SR; VENTURA DF
      LARGE-SAMPLE POPULATION AGE NORMS FOR VISUAL ACUITIES OBTAINED WITH VISTECH-TELLER ACUITY CARDS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    44. DOBSON V; QUINN GE; TUNG B; PALMER EA; REYNOLDS JD
      COMPARISON OF RECOGNITION AND GRATING ACUITIES IN VERY-LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT RETINAL RESIDUA OF RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    45. MASH C; DOBSON V; CARPENTER N
      INTEROBSERVER AGREEMENT FOR MEASUREMENT OF GRATING ACUITY AND INTEROCULAR ACUITY DIFFERENCES WITH THE TELLER ACUITY CARD PROCEDURE

      Vision research
    46. CLARK DI; HERO M
      INDIRECT DIODE-LASER TREATMENT FOR STAGE-3 RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY

      Eye
    47. DOBSON V; QUINN GE; SUMMERS CG; SAUNDERS RA; PHELPS DL; TUNG B; PALMER EA
      EFFECT OF ACUTE-PHASE RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY ON GRATING ACUITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE VERY-LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT INFANT

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    48. GRAF M; DIETRICH H
      OBJECTIVE VERNIER ACUITY TESTING OF ADULT S, CHILDREN, AND INFANTS - POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS OF A NEW METHOD

      Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde
    49. JANICKE B; SCHULZ E
      GRATING ACUITY IN NORMAL INFANTS - INFLUENCE OF TEST FIELD SIZE

      Clinical vision sciences
    50. DOBSON V; LUNA B
      PROTOTYPE AND TELLER ACUITY CARDS YIELD SIMILAR ACUITIES IN INFANTS AND YOUNG-CHILDREN DESPITE STIMULUS DIFFERENCES

      Clinical vision sciences
    51. GOTTLOB I; WIZOV SS; ODOM JV; REINECKE RD
      PREDICTING OPTOTYPE VISUAL-ACUITY BY SWEPT SPATIAL VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Clinical vision sciences
    52. ABDOLVAHABEMMINGER H; SIRETEANU R
      RESIDUAL VISUAL PROPERTIES IN HUMAN AMBLYOPIA AFTER MONOCULAR DEPRIVATION IN EARLY-LIFE

      Clinical vision sciences
    53. QUINN GE; BERLIN JA; JAMES M
      THE TELLER ACUITY CARD PROCEDURE - 3 TESTERS IN A CLINICAL SETTING

      Ophthalmology
    54. KIORPES L; KIPER DC; MOVSHON JA
      CONTRAST SENSITIVITY AND VERNIER ACUITY IN AMBLYOPIC MONKEYS

      Vision research


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