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Color Deficient?

Color vision deficiency is the inability to distinguish certain shades of color. The term "color blindness" is often used to describe this visual condition. Very few people are completely color blind, a condition called achromatopsia, which is the ability to only...

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Vision and Motor Movements

Vision and motor movements are intricately connected. They rely on each other for their development. Dr. Arnold Gesell, an American psychologist, pediatrician, professor at Yale University who is known for his research and contributions in the field of child...

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We have two eyes so why don’t we see double?

It is hard to imagine that physically, our eye’s only see a single image at one point in space, or the place that we are actively looking. It’s amazing to know that our brain creates an illusion of the objects we are not directly looking at so they do not appear...

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