ANALYZING CONTACT LENS INDUCED CHANGES OF THE CORNEAL CURVATURE*
ON THE STRUCTURE OF RHODOPSIN. I. AN ALTERNATE PRIMARY LINKAGE BETWEEN RETINAL AND OPSIN*
TEAR CONCENTRATIONS OF SODIUM AND POTASSIUM DURING ADAPTATION TO CONTACT LENSES—II. POTASSIUM OBSERVATIONS*
SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BORDER ENHANCEMENT REGION IN A FLICKERING FIELD*
THE PERCEPTION OF REVERSIBLE AND AMBIGUOUS FIGURES AMONG OBSESSIONAL NEUROTICS*
THE OPTOMETRISTS' BOOKSHELF
CUSTOM MODIFICATION OF A FRAME TO ALLOW A PATIENT WITH CANCER OF THE NOSE TO COMFORTABLY WEAR SPECTACLES — A CASE REPORT*
THE METRIC SYSTEM
FOUNDATION HONORS FRY WITH AWARD LECTURE
A PUBLIC HEALTH COURSE IN COMMUNITY HEALTH PROBLEMS WITH EMPHASIS UPON THE SOCIAL NATURE OF OPTOMETRY AT THE PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY*
DIURNAL VARIATIONS IN MYOPIA AFTER THE WEARING OF CONTACT LENSES*
GENERAL PROGRAM OF THE ACADEMY*
NEW MEMBERS
CURRENT COMMENTS FROM THE PRESS BOX