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Some Constraints on Peripheral Visual Functioning. Introduction
Two Modes of Processing Visual Information
Color Vision in the Peripheral Retina
Motion Sensitivity in Central and Peripheral Vision
Clinical Spatial Contrast Sensitivity Measurement
Control of Eye Movement with Peripheral Vision
Eccentric Viewing Training and Low Vision Aids
Monocular Acuity in Normal Infants
Effect of Bifocal Lenses on the Rate of Childhood Myopia Progression
Medullated Retinal Nerve Fibers
Effect of Age on Horizontal Eye Movement Latency
On the Description of Zonal Aspheric Surfaces
Preventing Ambiguity in Visual Field Descriptions
Loss of Power with Flexure of Hydrogel Plus Lenses
BREWSTER AND WHEATSTONE ON VISION
RETINAL DEGENERATION, EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL STUDIES