Vision and Cognition

The hypothesis that there is a correlation between vision and cognition is based on the impact of vision on mentally stimulating activities. Loss of vision hinders the performance of these tasks (e.g., reading, socializing) and may result in behavioural changes and cognitive decline. Deterioration in vision reportedly reduces physical, mental, and psychosocial activities which can lead to a poor cognitive state.

  • Cognitive Science
  • Visual Mapping
  • Cortical Pathways
  • Behavioural Optometry
  • Eye movement control and active vision

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