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A TECHNIQUE FOR COMPARING HUMAN VISUAL RESPONSES WITH A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR LIGHTNESS
ON THE STRUCTURE OF RHODOPSIN. II. A MODEL OF RHODOPSIN AND ITS CHANGES FOLLOWING LIGHT ABSORPTION
THE INFLUENCE OF TEXTURE ON BRIGHTNESS OF SUBFUSIONAL INTERMITTENT PHOTIC TARGETS
SEQUENTIAL FRAGMENTATION OF A VISUAL DISPLAY SPECIFICALLY APPLIED TO THE TEACHING OF ELEMENTARY GEOMETRIC OPTICS
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE FITTING OF CORNEAL LENSES IN HIGH MYOPIA
EXPOSURE TIME AND THE PERCEPTION OF COMPLEX FORMS
DIURNAL VARIATION IN CENTRAL CORNEAL CURVATURE
USING THE FULL RESOURCES OF THE DIRECT OPHTHALMOSCOPE
SIX SECTION PROGRAMS OF THE ACADEMY
NEW FORMAT FOR SECTION PROGRAMS
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY SECTION PROGRAMS
THE DEVELOPMENT OF RESIDENCY PROGRAMS IN VISION TRAINING
OPTOMETRY IN INDIA
CURRENT COMMENTS FROM THE PRESS BOX
FORTY-FOUR YEAR CUMULATIVE INDEX