Is there a common factor for vision? One would expect that people who are good in one visual task are good in similar tasks as well. Surprisingly, we found almost no significant correlations between different paradigms in vision (Grzeczkowski et al., 2017; Cretenoud et al., 2019). Likewise, in healthy ageing we found very few significant correlations between visual tasks (Shaqiri et al., 2019). In addition, there seems to be no clear gender differences in vision (Shaqiri et al., 2018).
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