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Coughlan, J., & Manduchi, R.. (2013). Camera-based access to visual information. In Assistive technology for blindness and low vision (pp. 219–246).
Shen, H., Edwards, O., Miele, J., & Coughlan, J.. (2013). CamIO: a 3D computer vision system enabling audio/haptic interaction with physical objects by blind users. In Proceedings of the 15th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (p. 41). ACM.
Coughlan, J., Manduchi, R., & Shen, H.. (2006). Cell phone-based wayfinding for the visually impaired. In 1st International Workshop on Mobile Vision.
Metz, H. S., & Jampolsky, A.. (1974). Change in saccadic velocity following rectus muscle transposition. Journal Of Pediatric Ophthalmology And Strabismus, 11, 129–134.
Jampolsky, A. (1955). Characteristics of suppression in strabismus. Ama Archives Of Ophthalmology, 54, 683–696.
Durnian, J. M., Cheeseman, R., Kumar, A., Raja, V., Newman, W., & Chandna, A.. (Jan). Childhood sight impairment: a 10-year picture. Eye (Lond)Eye (Lond), 24, 112-7. (Original work published Jan)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2015). Choice and saccadic latency in a concurrent random interval reinforcement program. Forum annuel du Groupement De Recherche Vision. Grenoble, France. (Original work published 2015)
Heinen, S. J., Badler, J. B., & Watamaniuk, S. N. J.. (2018). Choosing a foveal goal recruits the saccadic system during smooth pursuit. Journal Of Neurophysiology , 120(2), 489-496. http://doi.org/ 10.1152/jn.00418.2017 (Original work published 2018)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2018). Classical conditioning of saccadic latencies using gap and overlap paradigms. Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, USA. (Original work published 2018)
Oliva, A., & Teng, S.. (2016). Cognitive Society. In Handbook of Science and Technology Convergence (pp. 1–9). Springer International Publishing.

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