Alexandra LAZAR, Gyorgy BODI, Mihaela Baritz, Angela REPANOVICI, Daniela BARBU


Good vision requires a visual system that allows a synergistic eye movement to be able to ensure that all categories of properties (visual acuity, color vision, etc.) are at a normal level. Any deviation from the normal functioning state can indicate a visual dysfunction, a pathology or even changes in the functioning of the entire human body. One of the most important aspects in the modern age is the stress that can arise from different causes, single or combined, can affect the general state of physical and/or mental health, can allow the installation of pathologies or can change the occupational comfort. In the first part of the paper, a series of aspects related to the characteristics of the visual function that can change due to visual stress are reviewed, and in the second part, the methods and means used in different fundamental researches on the visual system are analyzed. In the third part of the paper, the conception of a methodology for the analysis of eye movements for the identification of visual stress due to emotional causes is described. In the final part of the work, a series of recordings of this methodology are presented to be able to identify the changes in the visual parameters.

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