Visual science refers collectively to the research of the vision process from anatomical, neurological, physiological, psychophysical, opthalmological, and psychological points of view. Each of these disciplines in turn is concerned with some aspect of the multifaceted visual function. The work extends from studies of humans to a wide variety of other species with the ultimate goal of understanding this most critical link between living things and the environment.
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