Functional Assessment of Laser Irradiation.
Annual progress rept. Jul 75-Jun 76,
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIV DELAWARE DEPT OF PSYCHOLOGY
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Exposure of the retinal in an awake, task-oriented animal to brief flashes from a Krypton laser produced immediate changes in visual acuity. The magnitude of the initial deficit was dependent upon the size of the exposure on the fovea. The duration of the deficit, on the other hand, was dependent upon the power density of the exposure. The background wavelength of the target had an effect on the derived recovery functions. Exposures to irradiation levels that produced a permanent shift in visual acuity, however, produced an effect somewhat independent of the particular background used to derive spectral acuity.
- Anatomy and Physiology
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