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|Chapter 7 "What's Changed"
The first step to compensating for eye loss is to determine what exactly has changed and how that change affects perception. Here, Mr. Brady provides an accurate and understandable description of the visual system from the unique perspective of a scientist and a person who has experienced changes to this system firsthand.
Many of these losses can be compensated for with increased attention; and they soon become merely "a nuisance."
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|Chapter 1||Unhappy Landings|
|Chapter 2||Awkward Takeoff|
|Chapter 3||Jolts of Reality|
|Chapter 4||Flying High|
|Chapter 5||How About You?|
|Chapter 6||Seeing in 3-D|
|Chapter 7||What's Changed|
|Chapter 8||Getting Back to 3-D|
|Chapter 9||Pitfalls and Booby Traps|
|Chapter 10||In the Driver's Seat|
|Chapter 11||The Active Life|
|Chapter 12||Gimmicks and Gadgets--Let Technology Help|
|Chapter 13||Keeping the Good Eye Good|
|Chapter 14||Seeing to Your Looks|
|Chapter 15||Driver and Pilot Licensing Standards|
|Chapter 16||For Parents Only|
|Chapter 17||Senior Class|
|Chapter 18||Great Company|