A new study indicates that perceptual learning may help to reverse age-related decline in vision.

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside and Boston University “found that with just two days of training, in one-hour sessions with difficult stimuli, resulted in older subjects seeing as well as younger college-age subjects.” G. John Andersen, professor of psychology at UCR noted that “the improvement was maintained for up to three months.” Please click below for a report from the UCR Newsroom.
NOTE: Perceptual learning has been described as performance changes brought about through practice or experience, that improve an organism’s ability to respond to its environment.


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