crowding phenomenon

crowding phenomenon

a characteristic of amblyopic vision in which vision is better for single optotype presentation than multiple, simultaneous optotype presentation.

crowd·ing phe·nom·e·non

(krowd'ing fĕ-nom'ĕ-non)
A characteristic of amblyopic vision in which vision is better for single optotype presentation than multiple, simultaneous optotype presentation.
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In Brazil, some research has been carried out on the crowding phenomenon (Aguiar, Farias, Gomes, & Santos, 2015; Aureliano et al., 2015; Brandao, Parente, & Oliveira, 2010; Ferreira, Bizarrias, Silva, & Brandao, 2015; Quezado, Costa, & Fuentes, 2014; Quezado, Costa, Penaloza, & Barboza, 2012), but, again, none analyzed the results of crowding perception and its influence on emotions and coping.