Impact of simulated visual impairment on the cognitive test performance of young adults.
Aims: This study investigated the effect of simulated visual impairment on the speed and accuracy of performance on a series of commonly used cognitive tests. Methods: Cognitive performance was assessed for 30 young, visually normal subjects (M = 22.0 ±
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