Behavior Through A Lens (2006). Developmental Delay Resources
Vision Involves Both the Eyes and the Brain. Seeing is far more than the prescription in your glasses. Have you ever picked up a new prescription that didn't seem quite right... READ MORE>
Ambient Lenses for Autism (2010). Association for Comprehensive Neurotherapy-Latitudes
A study supports the use of ambient lenses to improve posture, head-tilts, and coordination in autistic youngsters. The lenses have also been reported beneficial for children with...READ MORE>
Visual Model for Children with Neurointegrative Dysfunction (1995). Autism Society of America.
The human organism is a self-organizing system. Self-organizing denotes a process in which the energy of light, sound, and pressure merges into spatial patterns across the nervous system. The system organizes a spatial map... READ MORE>
If I See So Good, Why Do I Perform So Bad?
The word "see" can have two meanings: to have the power of sight and to understand. Language is ironic because human beings do comprehend their environment primarily through...READ MORE>
Brain's "Daydreaming" Network Abnormal in Autism (2006). Autism Research Institute's International Review
The neural networks we use when we daydream or let our minds wander during restful times do not work normally in autistic individuals, according to a recent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study... READ MORE>
You Don't Always Get What You See (1991). Women's News.
If someone's visual perception of the world is flawed, if space is visualized on two planes rather than the three that are critical for depth perception...READ MORE>
Escape from Darkness. Cornell Alumni News.
Dr Frederic Flach, MD '51, a psychiatrist and adjust associate professor at the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, recently lead a research team who found that psychiatric patients diagnosed as schizophrenic or with affective disorders also often suffer from serious visual difficulties... READ MORE>
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