The publications listed here deal with (among other things) medical and/or rehabilitation related research for which the PLATO spectacles have been used.

Author(s) ▾ Title Location Year Categories
Aimola, Lina; Lane, Alison R; Smith, Daniel T; Kerkhoff, Georg; Ford, Gary A; Schenk, Thomas Efficacy and Feasibility of Home-Based Training for Individuals With Homonymous Visual Field Defects Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2014, Vol. 28(3), 207-218. 2014 Medicine / Rehabilitation;
Barnes, G.R.; Hess, R.F.; Sumoulin, S.O.; Achtman, R.L.; Pike, G.B. The cortical deficit in humans with strabismic amblyopia Journal of Physiology (2001), 533.1, pp 281-297 2001 fMRI Study, Medicine / Rehabilitation;
Bolton, David A.E., Cole, David M., Butler, Blake, Mansour, Mahmoud, Rydalch, Garrett, McDannald, Douglas W., Schwartz, Sarah E. Motor preparation for compensatory reach-to-grasp responses when viewing a wall-mounted safety handle. Cortex 177 (2019) 135-146 2019 Cognitive science, Medicine/Rehabilitation, Motor Control
Bolton, D.A.E., Schwartz, S.E., Mansour, M., Rydalch, G., McDannald, D.W. Priming of grasping muscles when viewing a safety handle is diminished with age Maturitas 121 (2019) 7-12 2019 Cognitive science, Medicine/Rehabilitation, Motor Control
Buckingham, Gavin; Goodale, Melvyn A. Lifting without Seeing: The Role of Vision in Perceiving and Acting upon the Size Weight Illusion PLOS One, www.plosone.org, March 2010, Vol. 5(3), e9709 2010 Cognitive science, Medicine / Rehabilitation;, Visual Perception
Li, Chuanming; Cheng, Lin; Yu, Qiongwu; Xie, Bing; Wang, Jian Relationship of Visual Cortex Function and Visual Acuity in Anisometropic Amblyopic Children International Journal of Medical Sciences, 2012; 9(1):115-120 2012 fMRI Study, Medicine / Rehabilitation;
McDannald, D.W., Mansour, M., Rydalch, G., Bolton, D.A.E. Motor affordance for grasping a safety handle Neuroscience Letters 683 (2018) 131-137 2018 Cognitive science, Medicine/Rehabilitation, Motor control
Rydalch, G., Bell, H.B., Ruddy, K., Bolton, D.A.E. Stop-signal reaction time correlates with a compensatory balance response Gait & Posture 71 (2019) 273-278 2019 Cognitive science, Medicine/Rehabilitation, Motor control