In 61 eyes of 61 patients with glaucoma, semiquantitative assessment of retinal nerve-fiber-layer (RNFL) loss and neuroretinal rim measurement of the optic nerve head by means of the Optic Nerve Head Analyzer were correlated to the outcomes of automated light-sense, flicker and resolution perimetry and the Farnsworth-Munsell (FM) 100-Hue test. A significant influence of age on total RNFL and total diffuse RNFL scores was found, but there was no measurable effect of age on neuroretinal rim area. Total RNFL and total diffuse RNFL scores showed a good correlation to the various visual field indices: total RNFL score vs mean flicker frequency as determined by flicker perimetry, r = -0.606, P less than 0.0001; total RNFL score vs mean sensitivity as determined by light-sense perimetry, r = -0.385, P = 0.002; and total RNFL score vs mean ring score as determined by resolution perimetry, r = 0.341, P = 0.007. There was no significant correlation between RNFL scores and the FM 100-Hue score. Correlation between the neuroretinal rim area and the various psychophysical indices was poor and mostly not statistically significant. The high correlation of flicker scores with RNFL loss provides interest for future applications of this perimetric technique.