2 edition of Dogmatism and visual loss found in the catalog.
Dogmatism and visual loss
Phyllis N. Hallenbeck
|Statement||Phyllis N. Hallenbeck.|
|Series||Research Series -- no.17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
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The goal of this book is to show that dogmatism, under any form, is wrong. And even though dogmatism had for a long time been associated with religion, things have drastically changed in the last centuries.
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Using cathode ray tube monitors (CRT) nearly everyone with close to normal visual function produces a similar evoked potential using pattern reversal stimuli. There is a prominent negative component at peak time of about 70 msec (N1 (Fig. 5), a larger amplitude positive component at about msec (P1, Fig.
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loss of the peripheral visual field Later reports demonstrated a loss of visual acuity of between one and per cent per year (mean four per cent per year) in groups of people with RP.
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