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Visual Information Processing and Visual Perception

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• Groffman S, Solan HA. Developmental and perceptual assessment of learning-disabled children: theoretical concepts and diagnostic testing. Santa Ana, California: Optometric Extension Program, 1994.
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• Hoffman LG, Rouse, MW. Referral recommendations for binocular function and/or developmental perceptual deficiencies. J Am Optom Assoc 1980;51:119-26.
• Lane KA. Reversal errors: theories and therapy procedures. Santa Ana, California: Vision Extension, 1988.
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• Mozlin R. The use of behavioral parameters for a visual perceptual evaluation. J Behav Optorn 1995;6: 115-8.
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• Rosner J. The development of a perceptual skills curriculum. J Am Optom Assoc 1979;44:698-707.
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