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Critical flicker fusion thresholds (CFFTs) describe when quick amplitude modulations of a light source become undetectable as the frequency of the modulation increases and are thought to underlie a number

Critical flicker fusion thresholds (CFFTs) describe when quick amplitude modulations of a light source become undetectable as the frequency of the modulation increases and are thought to underlie a number of visual processing skills, including reading. Here, we compare the impact of two vision-training approaches, one involving contrast sensitivity training and the other directional dot-motion training, compared to an active control group trained on Sudoku. The three training paradigms were compared on their effectiveness for altering CFFT.

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    • 2016-10-26
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01597
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    Zhou, T., Náñez, J. E., Zimmerman, D., Holloway, S. R., & Seitz, A. (2016). Two Visual Training Paradigms Associated with Enhanced Critical Flicker Fusion Threshold. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01597

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