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    • Attentional Factors Underlying Binocular Vision Loss in Amblyopia 

      Chow, Amy (University of Waterloo, 2022-01-13)
      Amblyopia is a neurodevelopmental disorder of vision that results from abnormal visual experience during early development. In addition to significant vision loss in one eye, individuals with amblyopia experience binocular ...
    • A differential role for the posterior cerebellum in the adaptive control of convergence eye movements 

      Erkelens, Ian M.; Bobier, William R.; Macmillan, Alicia C.; Maione, Nicole L.; Calderon, Claudia Martin; Patterson, Heidi; Thompson, Benjamin (Elsevier, 2020-02)
      Introduction The vergence oculomotor system possesses two robust adaptive mechanisms; a fast “dynamic” and a slow “tonic” system that are both vital for single, clear and comfortable binocular vision. The neural substrates ...
    • Fixational eye movements in strabismic amblyopia 

      Nallour Raveendran, Rajkumar (University of Waterloo, 2013-04-29)
      Purpose: To test the hypothesis that the fixational stability (FS) of the amblyopic eye (AME) in strabismics will improve when binocular integration is enhanced through ocular alignment and inter-ocular suppression is ...
    • A Study of Saccade Dynamics and Adaptation in Athletes and Non Athletes 

      Babu, Raiju Jacob (University of Waterloo, 2004)
      Purpose: The aim of the study was to delineate differences in saccade characteristics between a population of athletes and non athletes. Aspects specifically investigated were latency, accuracy, peak velocity, and gain ...


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