This easy-to-follow book presents the fundamentals of how to measure vision and visual function. It offers a solid understanding of the neural basis of vision where it is known or can be deduced. Each chapter features an overview summarizing the chapter, declarative headings throughout for instant review, study guide questions, and a glossary. Explanations of the neural mechanisms underlying visual function help readers understand how vision is measured. It details the scientific basis of how visual function is measured and applies laboratory measurement to clinical procedures. It contains a rich glossary which can be accessed by tapping on a highlighted word. It contains direct links to pdfs of cited papers and abstracts.