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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Can perceptual learning be used to treat amblyopia beyond the critical period of visual development?.

Data from one adult amblyopic observer who practiced a letter based contrast sensitivity task. The subject trained for 25 sessions in total. Data for sessions 1 to 12 are fitted with an exponential function shown by the solid line. Data for sessions 13 to 25 are fitted with an exponential function shown by the dashed line.

Andrew T. Astle, et al. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. ;31(6):564-573.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Can perceptual learning be used to treat amblyopia beyond the critical period of visual development?.

Change in performance following training on a variety of acuity and contrast based tasks, expressed as a ratio of start performance (PPR) relative to subject age. A lower PPR corresponds to a greater improvement in performance. The horizontal dashed line PPR=1 corresponds to no improvement. Lines lying below this line denote individuals who improved in performance. There is no significant relationship between improvement and age of subjects (r(27)=0.26, p=0.17).

Andrew T. Astle, et al. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. ;31(6):564-573.

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