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Correlation between Convergence Insufficiency with CISS and Attentiveness in Children
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 Title & Authors
Correlation between Convergence Insufficiency with CISS and Attentiveness in Children
Ko, Eun Jeong; Kim, Hyojin;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to evaluate correlation between convergence insufficiency and concentration by evaluating attentiveness in children who have convergence insufficiency symptoms. Methods: The CISS survey and examination for the near point of convergence were conducted to 74 in children aged 12 to 13 years in order to divide them into a normal binocular vision (NBV) and a convergence insufficiency (CI) group. The attentiveness examination was used to all subjects to figure out their emotional problems, hyperactivity and impulsiveness problems, and managerial or functional problems with a 5-point scale. Correlation between convergence insufficiency-related symptoms included in CISS and attentiveness problems was analyzed. Results: there were 29 children (39.2%) in the CI group, the mean scores of CISS of the NBV and CI group were and each (p<0.001). On the survey of CISS symptoms, children in the CI group frequently expressed such symptoms as eye fatigue, loss of attentiveness, blurry vision, and forgetting the line they have been reading. In the attentiveness examination, the CI group () gained higher scores in problematic concentration than the NBV group (). Convergence insufficiency had significantly positive correlation with total attentiveness (r=0.798). Conclusions: In elementary school students, it has been found that when perceived symptoms related with convergence insufficiency are more serious, problematic attentiveness gets serious, too.
 Keywords
Convergence Insufficiency;CISS;Attentiveness;
 Language
Korean
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초등학교 학생들의 폭주부족안과 성적과의 상관관계에 관한 연구,장정운;김인숙;

한국안광학회지, 2016. vol.21. 4, pp.371-376 crossref(new window)
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