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2014

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Binocularly normal

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The Effect Of Vergence Vision Training On Binocularly Normal Subjects, Henry Talasan May 2014

The Effect Of Vergence Vision Training On Binocularly Normal Subjects, Henry Talasan

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Vergence is the disjunctive (inward or outward) movement of the eyes that is stimulated by retinal disparity (difference of where an image is projected to the retina and the fovea). A recent randomized clinical trial showed the efficacy of vision therapy for children with the binocular dysfunction known as convergence insufficiency is 73%. However, it is unknown whether binocularly normal persons will have any significant change to their vergence ocular motor system if they participate in vision training sessions. A total of ten (n = 10) binocularly normal persons participated in this study (18 to 28 years of age). A haploscope ...