Chapter Four: Normal Vision and Vision Impairment

The human vision system is enormously complex. We don't entirely understand how it works. This lack of understanding affects our knowledge about vision impairments and the functional implications of vision disorders. Thousands of people all over the planet, from a large number of professional perspectives, are working to understand the vision system. If you are one of these individuals, please take a critical look at what I have written here, and suggest how your perspective can help develop this very important section.

oneThe roles of vision

twoMore about what vision does

threeA systems analysis of vision

fourVision impairments and their functional implications

fiveThe development of the vision system

sixAssessment of the vision system



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