Minnesota Laboratory for Low-Vision Research, Psychology Department, University of Minnesota
Calabrèse, Aurélie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Human Subjects Data
The continuous-text reading-acuity test MNREAD is designed to measure the reading performance of people with normal and low vision. This test is used to estimate maximum reading speed (MRS), critical print size (CPS), reading acuity (RA), and the reading accessibility index (ACC).
The present data contains MNREAD data from 645 normally sighted participants ranging in age from 8 to 81 years. The data were collected in several studies conducted by different testers and at different sites in our research program, enabling evaluation of robustness of the test.
The data allows to: 1) study the age dependence of reading performance for normally sighted individuals; 2) provide baseline data for MNREAD testing.
Contains MNREAD estimates for 654 participants with normal vision (age range 8-81). The four MNREAD estimates are : Maximum Reading Speed, Reading Accessibility Index, Critical Print Size, Reading Acuity.
Research supported by NIH grant EY002934
Aurélie Calabrèse, Allen M. Y. Cheong, Sing-Hang Cheung, Yingchen He, MiYoung Kwon, J. Stephen Mansfield, Ahalya Subramanian, Deyue Yu, Gordon E. Legge; Baseline MNREAD Measures for Normally Sighted Subjects From Childhood to Old Age. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2016;57(8):3836-3843.
Calabrèse, Aurélie; Cheong, Allen M. Y.; Cheung, Sing-Hang; He, Yingchen; Kwon, MiYoung; Mansfield, J. Stephen; Subramanian, Ahalya; Yu, Deyue; Legge, Gordon E..
(2017). MNREAD Baseline Data for Normal Vision Across the Lifespan.
Retrieved from the Data Repository for the University of Minnesota,