Visual Perception: A Clinical Orientation 1. Experimental Approaches 2. Introductory Concepts 3. The Duplex Retina 4. Photometry 5. Color Vision 6. Anomalies of Color Vision 7. Spatial Vision 8. Temporal Aspects of Vision 9. Motion Perception 10. Depth Perception 11. Psychophysical Methodology 12. Functional Retinal Physiology 13. Parallel Processing 14. Striate Cortex 15. Information Streams and Extrastriate Processing 16. Gross Electrical Potentials 17. Development and Maturation of Vision Answers to Self-Assessment Questions Practice Exams 1, 2, 3 Answers to Practice Exams References
Dr. Schwartz studied optics at the School of Optometry, University of California, Berkeley and has taught optics in both the basic curriculum and special Board review courses. He has co-chaired the Examination Development Commission, National Board of Examiners in Optometry.