Shannon Riley, MA (Alumni)
Expertise And Interests
- Low Vision Rehabilitation
- Low Vision Rehabilitation Outcome Measurement
- Functional Vision Measurement
- Effects of Vision Impairment on Activities of Daily Living
- Assistive Technology
- Usability Testing
Research Associate (Alumni)
Shannon Riley, MA was a Research Associate with the Envision Research Institute through July 2016. He holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology, as well as English Language and Literature, and a Master of Arts in Experimental Psychology from Wichita State University. His research interests include: evidence-based clinical practices, Low Vision Rehabilitation outcomes and measures, evaluation of assistive technology for people with visual impairments and who are blind, and how multiple preferred retinal loci (PRLs) function for people who have Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
Mr. Riley's CV
Riley, S., Johnson, A., Overbury, O., & Wittich, W. (2015). Comparison of reading speed in persons with low vision using CCTV and iPad. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Annual Meeting, 2015.Compa
Park, W.L., Riley, S. (2012). A clinical profile of diabetic patients with visual impairment. Visibility, 6(4), 14-17.
Radebaugh, T.S., Bahner, C.A., Ballard-Reisch, D., Epp, M., Hale, L.S., Hanley, R., Kendrick, K., Riley, S., Rogers, S., & Rogers, N. (2011). The falling less in Kansas toolkit: a self-care intervention. Visibility, 5(3), 11-13.
Riley, S. (2011). Envision assistive technology camp 2010. Visibility, 5(1), 14-18.