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JEMR Special Thematic Issue "Vergence Eye Movements: From basic science to clinical application" CONTENTS ALERT

01-04-2020

              Journal of Eye Movement Research

             Contents Alert

             Vol 12 No 4 (2019): Special Thematic Issue
            "Vergence Eye Movements: From basic science to clinical application"

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Vergence Eye Movements: From Basic Science to Clinical Application - Foreword to the Special Issue
Wolfgang Jaschinski, Rudolf Groner


The mean point of vergence is biased under projection
Xi Wang, Kenneth Holmqvist, Marc Alexa
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Variance components affecting the repeatability of the alternating cover test
Marius M. Paulus, Andreas Straube, Thomas Eggert
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Influence of artificially generated interocular blur difference on fusion stability under vergence stress
M. Dostalek, J. Hejda, K. Fliegel, M. Duchackova, L. Dusek, J. Hozman, T. Lukes, R. Autrata
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The Effect of target speed and verbal instruction on NPC measures in a young, healthy, and active population
Ian McGinnis, Ryan Tierney, Jamie Mansell, Jacqueline Phillips
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Changes in the disparity vergence main sequence after treatment of symptomatic convergence insufficiency in children
Mitchell Scheiman, Chang Yaramothu, Tara L. Alvarez
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Target eccentricity and form influences disparity vergence eye movements responses: A temporal and dynamic analysis
Chang Yaramothu, Rajbir Jaswal, Tara Lynn Alvarez
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Short-term effects of aligning prisms on the objective and subjective fixation disparity in far distance
Volkhard Schroth, Roland Joos, Ewald Alshuth, Wolfgang Jaschinski
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The influence of vergence facility on binocular eye movements during reading
Remo Poffa, Roland Joos
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Binocular advantages in reading revisited: attenuating effects of individual horizontal heterophoria
Stephanie Jainta, Joelle Joss
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Dynamics of the disparity vergence fusion sustain component
John L. Semmlow, Chang Yaramothu, Tara L. Alvarez
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Thanks for the continuing interest in our work and best wishes in every respect
Rudolf Groner
Chief Editor, Journal of Eye Movement Research; University of Bern
contact@jemr.org

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