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Experimental task and analysis of handspring performance: The experimental task was a handspring on vault that had to be performed either with binocular vision or with monocular vision (see Figure 1).
This article describes the AMVR evaluation and training program for all individuals who have newly acquired monocular vision.
Elephants use monocular vision to protect themselves.
The three cases involved people with poor uncorrected vision, monocular vision, and hypertension who were challenging discriminatory employer policies that unfairly excluded them based on their impairments.
16) People with monocular vision must "prove a disability by offering evidence [of] .
For example, their peripheral and monocular vision is more likely to be impaired and their ability to make compensatory head and/or body movements often is limited, so that early detection of, and response to, approaching vehicles is greatly reduced (Isler, Parsonson & Hansson, 1997; Klein, 1991; Owsley, Ball, Sloane, Roenker & Bruni, 1991).
Our topic this month is the interestingly favorable legal status these days of the one-eyed - or, as it's more polite to call them, persons with monocular vision.
For example, in addition to being born with monocular vision, Falcon is dwarfish, symbolic of his Napoleonic complex, and his entire body is covered by tattoos.