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Technology as a Support System for Orientation and Mobility. American Rehabilitation, 23(3), 26-30.. (1997).
The use of fax technology to address the reading needs of blind and visually impaired persons. Journal Of Visual Impairment And Blindness, 84, 509-513.. (1990).
Vision. In Lange, M (Ed.) Fundamentals in Assistive Technology: An Introduction in Assistiave Technology Implementation in the Lives of People with Disabilities (4th ed., pp. 293-311). Resna Press: Arlington, VA.. (2008).
Vision and Driving Self-Restriction in Older Adults. Journal Of The American Geriatrics Society, 51(10), 1348-55. http://doi.org/10.1046/j.1532-5415.2003.51482.x. (2003).
Vision function differs with retinal characteristics in AMD: large drusen with and without pigment abnormalities. Investigative Ophthalmology Vis. Sci., 58(8), 4708.. (2017).
Vision Function in Early to Intermediate AMD: Progression to Advanced AMD. Investigative Ophthalmology Vis. Sci., 59(9).. (2018).
Is vision function related to physical functional ability in older adults?. Journal Of American Geriatric Society, 50, 136-145.. (2002).
Visual Impairment: Ergonomic Considerations in Blind and Low Vision Rehabilitation. In Kumar, S. (Ed.), Perspectives in Rehabilitation Ergonomics (Vol. 1). Taylor & Francis: London..
Visual Impairment in the Elderly under Real-World Viewing Conditions. Optometry And Vision Science, 77(12), 204.. (2000).
Visual impairments in elderly people under everyday viewing conditions. Journal Of Visual Impairment And Blindness, 94(12), 741-755.. (2000).