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Graduate student Jeffrey Nightingale featured in video protocol for measuring the effects of scatter on visual recognition!

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 - 4:49pm

Shout out to UGA Psychology BBS graduate student Jeffrey Nightingale for his recent feature in a peer-reviewed video protocol titled "Measuring the Behavioral Effects of Intraocular Scatter." In this video, Nightingale and UGA professor Dr. Billy R. Hammond Jr. discuss conceptual design elements and structural development of a glare acuity apparatus, which can aid in developing timely treatments for conditions affected by intraocular scatter, such as cataracts. Great work!

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