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To investigate how age affects peripheral refraction we measured objective peripheral refraction for 55 young subjects (24 ± 4 years) and 41 older subjects (59 ± 3 years) out to 35°eccentricity in temporal and nasal visual fields. Subjects were compared in 1 D subgroups based on central spherical equivalent refractions (low hypermetropes +0.54 D to +1.51 D, emmetropes +0.50 D to À0.49 D, low myopes À0.50 D to À1.49 D, moderate myopes À1.50 D to À2.58 D). Overall, young and older subjects withdoi:10.1016/j.visres.2004.09.028 pmid:15639498 fatcat:3s7p7po2obdpvmyaviso7vkq3a