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Vojnosanit Pregl. 1989 Nov-Dec;46(6):412-4.

[The effect of refractive abnormalities in young people on their success in sharpshooting].

[Article in Serbian]

Abstract

The visual functions (visual acuity, binocular vision, color tests and visual field) have been examined in three homogenous group of subjects aging 23-28 years involving 101 subjects, and their success in the basic shooting ability has been followed up. Specially selected psychologic tests relevant to shooting have been followed up paralelly. The first group consisted of subjects with hypermetropia, complex or simple hypermetropic astigmatism of the eye used in shooting with the corresponding optical correction achieved the mean mark of 4.30 of the maximum of 5 marks. The second group consisted of subjects with myopia, myopic complex or simple astigmatism with the corresponding optical correction achieved the mean mark of 4.67. The third or control group consisted of subjects without refractory anomalies (emetropics) achieved the mean mark of 4.96. It has been concluded that for evaluation of the shooting ability of a greater importance is the visual acuity achieved by the optical appliances than the degree and types of eye refraction.

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