The Effects of Target Orientation on the Dynamic Contrast Sensitivity Function
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Much research has been accomplished on the effects of target motion on visual acuity. Research has also been accomplished on the effects of target orientation on visual acuity. The contrast sensitivity function CSF also had been studied as a predictor of visual performance under dynamic conditions. However, no previous studies have combined these areas of research and examined the effect of target orientation on the Dynamic Contrast Sensitivity Function DCSF.
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