References

A selection of references consulted for the screening list, functional vision, functional assessment, visual perception, and visual perceptual areas.

1. Christy K. and Huffine N. Assessment and intervention of visual perception cognition following brain injury and the impact on everyday functioning. ​https://miota.org/docs/Assessment_and_Intervention_of_Visual_Perception_and_Cognition3.pdf

2. Colenbrander A. (2010). Assessment of functional vision and its rehabilitation. Review article. Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009.

3. Christi K. and Huffine N. Assessment and Intervention of Visual Perception and Cognition Following Brain Injury and the Impact on Everyday Functioning.

4. Cziker R, Guttman T, Delorme B et al. Cerebral visual impairment and dysgenesis of the corpus callosum in multi-disabled children aged 1 to 9 years old. AMI 2009 vol. 25(3-4):26-36. 22.

5. Cziker R, Seceleanu A, Guttman T et al. Relatia dintre vederea functionala, dezvoltarea neuropsihologica, rezonanta magnetica nucleara si potentialul vizual evocat in deficienta vizuala cerebrala. Revista Oftalmologia. 2009, martie vol. LII(4):67-76. 23.

6. Cziker R şi Joanta A. Deficientele de procesare a informatiilor vizuale la nivel cortical in cazul copiilor de la 0 la 7 ani – Evaluare complexa. In: Conferinta Internationala „Traditii, valori si perspective in stiintele educatiei”. Universitatea „Babes-Bolyai”. Cluj-Napoca, Romania, mai 2008, p. 206-209, ISBN 978-973-133-294-9.

7. Hammil D.D., Pearson N.A. and Voress J.K. (1993). Developmental test of visual perception. Second edition. Pro-Ed. 

8. Dutton, G. N., & Bax, M. (2010). Visual Impairment in Children due to Damage to the Brain. London: Mac Keith Press.

9. Dutton, G. N., & Jacobson, L. K. (2001). Cerebral visual impairment in children. Seminars in Neonatology, 6(6), 477-485. doi: 10.1053/siny.2001.0078

10. Eken P, de Vries LS, van der Graaf Y et al. Haemoragic-ichaemic lesions of the neonatal brain: correlation between visual impairment, neurdevelopmental outcome and MRI in infancy. Dev Med Child Neurol, 1995;37: 41-55.

11. Fazzi, E., Signorini, S. G., Bova, S. M., La Piana, R., Ondei, P., Bertone, C., Misefari, W., & Bianchi, P. E. (2006). Spectrum of Visual Disorders in Children With Cerebral Visual Impairment. Journal of Child Neurology, 22(3), 294-301. doi: 10.1177/0883073807300525

12. Fazzi E, Bova SM, Uggetti C et al. Visual-perceptual impairment in children with periventricular leukomalacia. Brain&Development. 2004;26:506-512.

13. Geldof, C. J. A., van Wassenaer-Leemhuis, A. G., de Kieviet, J. F., Kok, J. H., & Oosterlaan, J. (2012). Visual perception and visual-motor integration in very preterm and/or very low birth weight children: a meta-analysis. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33, 726-736.

14. Hoyt, C. S. (2003). Visual function in the brain-damaged child. Eye, 17, 369-384.

15. Lueck, A. H., & Dutton, G. N. (2015). Vision and the Brain: Understainding cerebral visual impairment in children. New York: AFB Press.

16. Issacson RL, Spear LP. A new perspective for the interpretation of early brain damage. In: Finger S, Almli CR. Early brain damage volme 2m Neurobilogy and behaviours. New York Academic Press. 1984:73-98.

17. Ekkens I.E. (2001). In-Sight. Royal Institute for the Education of Blind and Partially Sighted. 

18.  Issacson RL. Recovers from early brain damage. Intervention strategies for high risk infants and young children. Mentally Retarded Research Centers, Series Special Issues with University Affiliated Facilities. 37-62.

19. Martin N.A. (2010). Test of visual-motor skills. Third Edition. ATP Assessments a division of Academic Therapy Publications.

20. Mercuri E, Haatja L, Guzzetta A et al. Visual function in term infants with hypoxic-echaemic insults: correlation with neurodevelopment at 2 years of age. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed, 1999;80:99-104.

21. Newcomb, S. (2010). The reliability of the CVI range: A functional vision assessment for children with cortical visual impairment. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 104(10), 637-647.

22. Porro, G., Dekker, E. M., Van Nieuwenhuizen, O., Wittebol-Post, D., Schilder, M. B. H., Schenk-Rootlieb, A. J. F., & Treffers, W. F. (1998). Visual behaviours of neurologically impaired children with cerebral visual impairment: an ethological study.  Journal of Ophtalmology, 82, 1231-1235. doi: 10.1136/bjo. 82.11.1231

23. Roman-Lantzy C. (2007). Cortical Visual Impairment: an approach to assessment and inventory. New York: AFB Press.

24. Roman-Lantzy C. (2018). Cortical visual impairment: An approach to assessment and intervention, 2nd Edition. New York: AFB Press.

25. Stiers, P., van den Hout, B. M., Haers, M., Vanderkelen, R., de Vries, L. S., van Nieuwenhuizen, O., & Vandenbussche, E. (2001). The variety of visual perceptual impairments in pre-school children with perinatal brain damage. Brain and Development, 23(5), 333-348. doi: 10.1016/S0387-7604(01)00241-8

26. Tallent, A., Tallent, A., & Bush, F. (2012). Little Bear Sees: How children with cortical visual impairment can learn to see. Little Bear Sees Publishing.

27. TeachCVI Erasmus plus project. 2015-2017. Screening lists. https://www.teachcvi.net/screening-tools (as a member of the team that created the screening list). 

28. Zihl J. and Dutton G. (2015). Cerebral visual impairment in children. Visuoperceptive and visuocognitive disorders. Springers.​​