Eye–Hand Coordination Skills in Children with and without Amblyopia
Abnormal binocularity in association with poor spatial vision in one eye (amblyopia) is common in childhood. The reaching-and-grasping movement is impaired in children with these conditions, not only when viewing binocularly or with their amblyopic eye, but with the dominant eye, as well
Publisher: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Inc.
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