Effect of Integrated Visual Learning on Human Development
Poniatowski, Matthew P.
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Integrated Visual Learning creates a shift in human attentional distribution to favor one's incoming visual stimulus yielding improvement of scores in oculomotor tests (KingDevick Saccade, Groffman Tracking, Monroe Visual Memory, Gardener Reversal Frequency, Detroit Test of Learning Aptitudes Motor Speed and Precision and Getman Visualization), academic tests (Wide Range Achievement Test) and non-verbal I.Q. tests (Test of Non-Verbal Intelligence). There were 6 participants, 5 males and 1 female, between the ages of7 and 40 yr. Treatment on oculomotor skills was statistically significant, t(5) = -9.658, p< .05. Treatment on Test of Non-Verbal Intelligence scores was not statistically significant, t(4) = -1.849, p> .05. Treatment on Wide Range Achievement Test scores was statistically significant, t(3) = -3.220, p< .05. Integrated Visual Learning is effective in improving oculomotor skill and academic test scores, but not IQ scores.