Perceptual Style and Visual Contribution to Dynamic Balance: A Pilot Study
Perceptual & Motor Skills
Field-independent and -dependent individuals performed a test of dynamic balance (stabilometer) under four different vision conditions (ns = 8), including vision, intermittent vision, no vision, and tilted visual field. Analyses indicated no significant difference between the field-independent and dependent groups on the balance task. Performance on the task was optimal when continuous visual cues were present. Participants were less stable when only intermittent visual cues were available and least stable when no visual cues were available.
Davlin-Pater C. Perceptual Style and Visual Contribution to Dynamic Balance: A Pilot Study. Perceptual & Motor Skills [serial online]. February 2008;106(1):291-294.
Davlin-Pater, Chritina, "Perceptual Style and Visual Contribution to Dynamic Balance: A Pilot Study" (2008). Faculty Scholarship. 11.