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Journal of Vision
Purpose Methods Our interest in reading with peripheral vision centers on its relevance to people with central-field loss, which becomes more prevalent with old age. It has been proposed that the size of the visual span -the number of letters recognized reliably without moving the eyes -is a visual factor limiting reading speed. Do the size of the visual span and reading speed show similar age-dependent changes?doi:10.1167/6.6.1001 fatcat:yw5jiw3igreevmbvunk4elxoom